Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Portrait of No LadyThe All-Night AREAS HARDEST HIT LISTED StormHeading

bright semicircle to the right of the radar
screen at the University of Florida's engineering lab Alert InG'ville MIAMI (AP-Hurricane Cleo ville and Americana hotels were Delray Beach-Sixty per cent
is a Hurricane Cleo posing for Sun photographer Eddie thrashed along the Florida east ripped open by wind aryl rain. of downtown store windowswere
Davis. Davis snapped the radar path of the northbound coast strewing damage and de- Vacationers bedded down in hotel broken. Numerous trailers
storm at 3:45 this morning by holding the shutter button bris from Miami Beach hotel corridors by candlelight. were overturned and a sectionof

open one minute to pinpoint the eye just east of row through the rich Indian Hollywood Winds pushed a the posh Sun N' Surf club
Cape Kennedy, lower right. River citrus area before it spun railroad freight car eight miles. was blown off. Up Coast
toward the sea near New Smyrna The car sheared off the Dania West Palm Beach Hangars

: By JEAN CARVER Beach. train station. Part of the grand- at Palm Beach International
LBJ and Co. Son Staff Writer Miami-Red Cross says 12,000 stand roof at Gulfstream Park airport were damaged and sev- CAPE KENNEDY (AP) -Surface
The cobweb effect of taped homes in Dade County race track was torn off. eral light planes overturned. winds of Hurricane Cleo
storefront widows and a gray, damaged, 80 per cent cf the Fort Lauderdale-Route A-1-A Merchandise littered streets in the killer storm that left a trail
drizzly morning were Gainesville's metropolitan area was without blocked by sand drifts. More downtown area. of death in the Caribbean and
major mementos of an electric power and 61,600 tele- than 10,000 persons were housedin Fort Pierce Fishing pier at destruction on the Florida Gold
; Hard anti east coast tourist named phones were put out of order. Broward County shelters. Police Fort Pierce Hotel was washed Coast dropped today to 40 milesan
Hitting Cleo which apparently decidedto Windows were smashed, fallen estimated damage in Brow away. Several small craft sankin hour around the eye.
strike Florida off her list. trees blocked streets and 40 ard County at $15 million. the harbor. Citrus groves in A Navy hunter plane that penetrated .
Officials here cautiously were commercial airplanes were ex Pahokee-Lobby of the Bankof the area were hard hit. the storm at 9:30: a. m.
leaving their observation posts tensively damaged. Pahokee filled with water Titusville-Six blownoff (EST) reported that high level
about mid morning to catchup Miami Beach-Famed "hotelraw" and debris. Roof of the high in winds, however, still circle the
In Round OneATLANTIC one area by a possible
on a night of missed sleep as was a mass of fallen neon school gymnasium was ripped tornado spawned by the hurri- eye at hurricane velocity and
Cleo began to lose intensity signs, trees and window glass. off. Wind tides on Lake Ckee- Cleo still has comeback, capability.
north of Daytona Beach. Oceanfront lobbies of the Deau- chobee were five feet. (See DAMAGE on Page 2)) .
CITY, N. J. (AP) Accepting their nomi-
An all night observation of Cleo was centered at the time
nations with the roaring tributes of the Democratic Na- the northbound storm was main- ::. ,.. w...., ... ... near St. Augustine close to the
tional Convention President Johnson and Sen. Hubert H.
tained by a crew at the radar ti .fT F coast and in position to draw
Humphrey quickly turned today to the practical businessof center at the University of >. ? more energy from the warm waters
shaping a campaign aimed at defeating their Republican Florida College of Engineering's 4 of the Atlantic. Hurricane

opponents. experiment station.Dr. a warnings to the northward were
Before they were to leave for tor, in his acceptance speech, Merwin Larsen, head of .. left in effect.
a weekend at the LBJ ranch flailed away at Republican the Electrical Engineering De A y R : After slamming Miami with

I near Johnson City, Tex., the presidential nominee Barry partment, said Cleo was north- y 115-mile an hour blows, Cleo
President and Humphrey his Goldwater. His tack indicatedthat ward bound just north of Day '. ::; was gradually weakened by land
vice presidential running mate, the Democrats will have a tona Beach about 10 a.m., although friction in her progress up the

arranged to brief the party's na punch-slinging equivalent .of the movement was rather ., .,. j iatie x i Florida coast. She delivered only
tional committee on their: fast- Rep. William E. Miller, the hazy to trace because the r a weak slaps at the rockets of

forming political plans. GOP vice presidential nominee, eye was not well defined. ., ..:. 0 Cape Kennedy and the resort
First Humphrey and then in the campaign. Larsen said Cleo was moving "3',,,:. ,. i j'J city of Daytona Beach.
Johnson stood Thursday night in Humphrey extolled Johnsonas almost due north. But the Miami Weather Bu
the blazing lights on the podiumto "the President of all the pea Civil Defense Director Pet :- ., reau reported a tendency to

tell thousands of Democratsat ple" and invited "responsibleand Bethel said his office was open t .. redevelop in the offshore portionof
the closing session of their progressive Republicans"to until after 1 a.m., when it appeared ,',,. the eye and warned that the
convention that they had enlisted enlist under the Democratic; that there was no chance }. "_'I '::!ro />>J.4i. present northward track will
their energies in a crusade to banner. the hurricane could change ':"it: < ""'';i; i carry the storm again over the

build "the great society" in a Earlier in the day, addressinga course and endanger this area. T",2 _,,*h.h.J" ,\.'. Atlantic where Cleo could draw
tumultuous world. rally of 15,000 Young Demo- ; :} Gulf
Although arrangements were ? '\/t">i : a
: .yaA'
The President, interrupted (See JOHNSON on Page) made to open emergency shelters ;1'k'y? .w'S.: J 'k\a yZ''' e p .vl i Stream.

time and again by applause, CD and Red Cross offici- <; '1'';'>,F" .:eb ,,' ,',,' ., ,o,.. '',p: S'yb > t x. Only a 43-mile breeze punc-
said in accepting nominationfor als said no announcements were C : ,,; tuated by an occasional gust up

a first four-year elective Begin Work issued, to avoid alarming peo >. "'j ..- to 60, marked the passage of the
term that the election is "not ......" .... > once vicious storm to the west
: ,
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ple."We ; qa
between liberals and conservatives On didn't want to open the 1> ..t.. ".'. f1.'&1"\" M r' tSi M k ..ob of Daytona Beach. Damage was
party and party, platform Widening shelters until it was absolutely ,yy"xs.." pj. h 24, ':it superficial.
and platform." necessary," Red Cross Chair 'i;. :,. .. Hurricane warnings remainedup
"It is between courage and 23rd Blvd.Work man Don Mason explained to- "tr):f.t'>' < ..'Ii north to Brunswick, Ga., anda
timidity," he shouted. "It is between ,:i: '" '" hurricane watch was in effectto
those who see what can day.He said in the event shelterswere 1.:"';" )' ,.:r*,, Charleston, S.C.
be, and those who want only to has begun to widen 23rd put into operation, tfie ""- 2: A curving, 2,500-mile path of
maintain the status qua. It is Blvd. from two to four lanes news would be immediately dis- \; .; ..v !: a" death and destruction was be
between those who welcome the from NW 6th to 13th Streets. patched to area radio stations. >;;. .. '. < .,:\ 4. hind the hurricane. Her known
The S. M. Wall Co. of Gaines .<...,,. :.', b ...;... ?4.Gainesville .._b.,
future and those who turn away Trailer parks and temporary death toll stood at 133.
from its promise." ville has the contract. Wall bid Flavet housing were the major At 8 a.m. (EST), the centerof
"a $121,830 for the project. considered last night the wind circulation
He pledged constant pa areas was estimated
: tient effort to move the world Widening of the road will re when officials made arrange- Hurricane HuntersDr. by the Weather Bureauto
toward peace." lieve one of the more congested ments for rapid opening of the be near Flagler Beach 13
"I will use the full resourcesof streets in northwest Gainesville.The shelters in case high winds or Merwin Larsen, left, and Nelson Rosier man the radar equipment tracking miles north of Daytona Beach.
the federal government" to intersection of 13th Street rising water hit here during the Hurricane Cleo at the University of Florida. Engineering. (Sun photo by Eddie The only] hurricane winds oc-
assure fair play to all Ameri- and 23rd Blvd. has one of the night. Davis.) (See CLEO on Page 2))
cans, he continued and said city's worst records for accident The civil defense director said
that his talents would be directed frequency. The intersection is this morning his staff would t. .'.. .:. ,'. > ,..' 50'h"
toward "bringing our nation adjacent to Fields Shopping maintain its hurricane watch Jax Area \: :GEORGIA ;.'- : :10 Satellite
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together in unity." Center. until notified that there is no ,, "..'.:! .
{. "In pursuit of this common Wall also is the contractorfor danger to this area. t'Z'-::: ." ..q' ;.'" fa
purpose," he said, "I believe we a two-part project to re- When the alert is removed, Residellts'Stay Attaritit OCHI, Aloft For
shall someday see an America build State Roads 2-225 and S- Bethel said he would assess any ,'> .lacksonville .
that knows no North, or South 200-A in northeast Alae h u a damage the storm may have Home : F : ,,k t
no East or West an America County. Work is expected to be- caused here. ? St.Augustme Storm Hunt

undivided by creed or color, un- gin next week. Both the American Red Cross FLORIDA <.
torn by suspicion or strife." Ralph Powers Lake City dis and Salvation Army agenciessaid JACKSONVILLE (AP) r f. VANDENBERG AIR FORCE
To accomplish this, he said trict two road board member, they will continue to stand Facing their first hurricane BASE, Calif. (AP) -Anew
that "those who break the law said the project will cost $334- by until Cleo passes. threat in several years, busi- ,I{F S i faytana Beech storm-hunting Nimbus satellite
those who create disorder 134. Work is to provide two-lane Salvation Army Capt. Guy nessmen and residents of the .,. ar : Ocala vehicle rocketed into the sky

whether in the North or in the paved highways in place of Smith said the dormitories were Jacksonville area were well prepared ., '' early today with cameras de-
South must be caught and 14'4 miles of existing graded set up for evacuees with bed. for Cleo today. J.tdi-?Y ; : signed to take 2,000 pictures of
brought to justice. roads. and food provisions readied for firms closed for / Orlando: ; the world's weather every day.
"In every part of this countrythe The roads to be paved are up to 30 people. He said the Sal- Most large : y = i The 91-foot-tall Thor-Agena
law must be respected and SR S-225 between S-340 and SR vation Army's bus has also been the day. City government agen- i t/i :- 'Cape Canaveral booster rocket roared aloft at 1

violence must be checked." he 200 in Louise, and a section of made available: to be sent into cies were shut except for emer- ':r... r a.m Pacific Daylight Time.It .
SR S-200-A between SR S-225 in nearby coastal areas for emer gency crews. County depart- Tampa r was aimed at a 575-mile-

said.Humphrey gave the (crowd a Louise and SR 200 in Waldo. The gency evacuations if necessary. ments operated with skeleton if rJ '. rSt. high polar orbit from which it

lot more to yell about. project is to be completed in Mrs. Mary Medlin, Red Cross staffs. P bur could photograph every square
The ebullient Minnesota sena- seven- months. (See G'VILLE on Page 2)) Display windows of stores in J } .viers g s a ore mile of the rotating earth's
cloud cover at least once a day.
downtown Jacksonville outlying t ks ,,
Television similar
cameras to
Memorial shopping centers Crisscrossed and at the F'ti;<". r t Okeechobee' r .' those that took Ranger 7's historic
Kennedy Brings beaches were
close-ups of the moon and
with masking tape to give the tL '
,z ;.; -< ; night-time infrared picture gear
more resiliency.The Sore
'f reportedly adopted from secret
of Emotion sheriffs office asked res- Myer Samos and Midas space-spy sa
: Outpouring ..., {
idents to stay off the streets and A -r tellites are expected to improve
roads. This was to lessen the :; : ,r': forecasters' ability to spot
danger and keep roads clear for ; storms brewing far at sea.
r ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) years as President. Even more handkerchiefs appeared emergency vhicles. d : Only Western world weathermen -
Tears glistened in the eyes of Seven times Kennedy soughtto during the film that followed Thirty two Duval County Mexco MIAMI.Gulf.of .i_ will benefit. Nimbus is not
Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedyas begin his speech, but could especially at the end schools were as sheltersfor designed to transmit picturesover
he faced the cheering thou- get no farther than "Mr. Chair- when President Kennedy was people whose open homes are in PATH OF CLEO UP FLORIDA COAST Soviet territory.

sands. man." Each attempt touched offa shown playing with his childrenand exposed areas along ocean, rivers -
f He stood solemn and silent swelling roar from the throatsof taking part in happy family or creeks. But the shelters

during the 13-minute emotional the thousands of delegatesand activities.The were sparsely populated as the Saigon Nightmare of Rioting m
outburst touched off when he spectators that carried the attorney general took a hurricane had lost much of its

R went before the Democratic Na tumult ever higher. seat at the back of the platform force and most people stayed at -
tional Convention Thursday Twice he stepped back and while the film ran. He watched SAIGON South Viet Nam cident was a renewal of Thurs- and Roman Catholics that led to
night to honor the memory of convention officials tried to still part of it on a television set in home. (AP) Mobs roamed the lit day's organized violence that the downfall last November of
his brother, the assassinated the noise, but without effect. Fi front of him, then turned to tered streets of Saigon today, turned the capital into a night President Ngo Dinh Diem's government
President John F. Kennedy. nally, as Kennedy once again watch it on the huge screen waving machetes and meat mare of lawlessness and mob stirred the fighting.
There were no balloons, no began to speak over the shout. mounted at the end of convention WHERE TO cleavers as heavily armed rule. The instability in the Com-

gimmicks no rousing band.music ing, it subsided and a twinklingrapt hall for the delegates to troops stood guard to prevent Scores were wounded in fierce munist-threatened nation poseda
l. to spur the delegates to ac- silence replaced the noise.It FIND IT further bloodshed. battles that left the streets cluttered major test for the triumvirate
( tion. There was only an outpouring was, at once, the quitest see.But as the final, family scenes Street gangs defied pleas with bricks, broken bottles of Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh and

of emotion. and most poignant moment of unrolled he turned away from Comics c. . . 12, from Catholic, Buddhist, and and glass. Hospitals reportedmore two other top officers selectedby
Robert Kennedy, who is now a the four- ay'convention both and sat looking into space. Classified . 14-19 government leaders to lay down than 60 innocent persons the military junta to lead
South Viet Nam for two months.
candidate for the U.S. Senate As Kennedy spoke of the And when the lights came backon s Entertainment . 8 their arms and go home.A were injured. The role of the triumvirate
from New York, stood with head hopes and ideals that sustainedhis he ducked his head below 0 Obituaries . 2 mob of 200 predominantly Police placed the deals toll at mained Khanh 37 re
bowed while the wave of noise .brother during his three the platform wall and dabbed at Opinion Page . 4 Buddhist youths carrying clubs four. Newsmen, however, counted conference cloudy. the tolda
swept over him while he waitedto and of his s Sports . . 911Women's Catholic news junta had
years as President, his eyes with a handkerchief be and hatchets set fire to a at least eight bodies. his
not accepted resignation
introduce a film portraying pride in the Democratic party, fore walking quickly out the s . . 7 newspaper office and school Old political and religious an as
highlights! of his brother's brief many delegates wept' back. while police looked on. The inw.w tagonisms between Buddhists, (See VIET NAM oa Page 1))

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2 Gainesville Sun Friday August 28 1954 ,


Dems WindUp Convention More About SHELTER AREAS Cleo SidelightsMIAMI \


(AP) -An airplane cream threatened to drip all

flew without a pilot, a man sunk the kitchen.
Feeling Mostly Confident they weren't needed Howard Bishop Junior High
From Page 1 this time, emergency shelter School. his boat in a swimming pool to Instead, she hauled it out and
protect it and a of "
chil- the
IV Gainesville group gave neighborhood children 1
areas here remain on the offi- High School.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. AP) 'chances in the November elec- lions and the Civil Rights Act. curring at the time were in cial "just in case" list. Civil Defense Director Pete' dren had of Hurricane an ice cream party because an ice cream party.
I Cleo.
-Democratic leaders are leav o That is particularly true gusts, but warnings were left Gainesville Red Cross Chair- Bethel said the CD program at I In Miami
tion.Some a twin-engined
ing this convention city express I admit to worry over the among leaders from ''Southern unchanged, pending a penetration man Don Mason said that theseare the University of Florida utilizes, apparently took off from DC3 In Delray Beach, a 72-year-old

ing,optimism and some caution possibility of a white "back- of the hurricane by air- the buildings designated, the Florida Gym and the Florida Locka Opa- veteran of World War I said
about the party's lash" against Negro demonstrain states.: Several from that area craft. for shelter use in emergency I Union for Flavet residents, by. Airport as Cleo swirled Cleo was "worse than Argonne. _

could see the Johnson-Hum-- conditions, emphasizing that who would be in the only University Nobody saw the flight, but The man, C. J. Hidet, is cus-
Winds gusting at 45 the plane cleared'several obstacles
More About phrey ticket's. prospects, as no when they are opened, the area where evacuation todian at the drive-in theatre
miles hour at Jacksonville I thatcould: have
an avoided
local news media will be askedto might be necessary.In I and lives at the bottom of the
better than even, if that much. Beach and six foot swells pounded only by traveling up. huge in
High screen a four-room
make regular announcements Springs Bethel said
the coast. Moderate to heavy "She just snapped'her
Johnson And some of the Southerners : the American Legion Hall wouldbe "' ropes apartment.Cleo .
rains spread northward into and took off, said maintenance
expect local and state candi- Navy Reserve Center on 8th! used as a shelter and in Wal- ripped the screen apart
Georgia. Avenue. I do the shelter is the First Baptist man Brian MacDonald.that bit by bit, hurling 4x4 wood
From 1 ates to run separately from the wind rushing under the
Page Cleo, which left Miami and National Guard Armory on 8th: Church. I wings beams through the ceiling of
national ticket.Of creates lift, and that's*
I 200 miles of Florida's "Gold Avenue. Bradford County CD Director ,31I'ou. .:: Hidet's apartment. "I just kept
rats, he cautioned them not to observance of his 56th. There, need to,fly .
the leaders of 37 states Coast" looking likea, battle zone Kirby Smith School. Carl Roberts said the A and retreating from room .to roomas
boo the mention of Goldwater'sname. Johnson cut a 10-foot square: -
the beams came through the .
with winds to Buchholz Junior High. B elementary school buildings
His theme: "Be kind to cake depicting all of the states, contacted by The Associated after striking up In West,Palm Beach,:a:young ," he said. "This
115 miles an hour, hit Cape Ken- Lincoln High School. would be used and schools in was my
Republicans. They might joinus. slicing first into the Texas area. Press during the suburbanite dropped.:motor
convention, 18 nedy with winds that peaked at A. Quinn Jones School. Lawtey Brooker and Hamptonare first hurricane and I hope it is
boat into
Johnson then stepped out on a his backyard swim- "
placed their states solidly in the Westwood Junior High. shelter areas. my last.
65 m.p.h. I
As the convention howled approval balcony overlooking the boardwalk ming pool to protect it from

Humphrey let Goldwat- crowded by people for a,Johnson-Humphrey[ corner in That was 10 miles below hur- Cleo's 100-mile winds, a trick In Miami, two trusties at the

cr iiave it with both barrels as a quarter of a mile in each direction November. They are Arkansas, ricane strength, not enough to More fishermen learned centuries ago I'Dade County Jail were assigned

man "facing backward and watched fireworks out-' Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, cause serious damage to the AboutG'ville when they sunk their craft into mopping up duties after Hurri-

against the mainstream of his- line his picture in the sky. Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, sprawling facility, which was lagoons and rivers at the ap- cane Cleo, and took advantage

tory." But it was back to business Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, prepared to weather winds proach of bad weather. Then, as of the confusion to escape- #

The American presidencyt'hesaid today, with politics the topic of New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma more than twice that velocity.Six now, it works.A barefooted.

"is not the place for a the hour. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, From Page 1
giant rockets rode West Palm Beach housewife
West Virginia, Wisconsin. space
who is in
man impetuous one out the storm lashed securely to director here, said she receiveda ing two crews from Gainesvilleleft inadvertently stocked up on a More than 200 expectant mothers

moment and indecisive in the next who is for something -
; violently er states including some usually -resumed the work of readying quarters asking for contribu- Florida. He said 55 trucks and ernoon before Cleo struck. Her] ami hospitals-just in case, the

one day, and violently opposed -I Republican ones figure them for firing. tions for Florida's hurricane crews were dispatched to the power went out and the ice, Red Cross reported. Only three
whose state-
on the next; NORMAN COMPTON they have a good chance to win, damaged areas. disaster areas from Pensacolaby had babies.

ments on matters of major poll Funeral services will be Mon- or at least their best in several The Weather Bureau at Mi- She said contributions shouldbe Southern Bell. \ I = "
and contradictory Trusty Flees
cy are so confusing ami said Cleo was expected to
day at 2:30: for Norman Carl years. made through the local chap He said all necessary standby
that neither friend nor Gainesville Sun
offshore this morning and
(Pete) Compton, 34, who died move ter office. procedures for assuring uninter-
foe knows where he stands. These are Arizona, California, Hurricane warnings City:
yesterday at the University of intensify. Both the Red Cross and Sal rupted telephone service have Published evenings except
The convention had its moment Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Ida at Brunswick, Ga., and
Center following remained up vation Army headquarters said been put into effect here, al- Saturday Sunday mornings
Florida Medical -
of emotion Thursday night t: illness. ho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, and gale warnings extended to future calls may be issued for though no excessive damage is prisoner serving 60 days i by the Gainesville Publishing -
brief for
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy a driving while intoxicated Company ct 101 SE
when Atty. Montana, New New
Hampshire, disaster here. i
Hatteras. clothing for the areas. anticipated
2nd Gainesville. !
Place F'srida.
who had been sitting som Mr. Compton, who lived at Mexico, North Carolina, Utah, Southern Bell District Manager "Our primary concern is St. escaped yesterday from city II and entered as second class

berly on a step awaiting his 1054 NE 14th Ave., was born in Vermont, Washington and The storm was moving at Bob Coleman said this morn- Augustine," Coleman explained. jail. matter at the Post Office ot

turn, climbed to the podium and West Virginia April 12, 1930. Wyoming.The about 10 m.p.h. "This is in our district and has Gainesville Police Chief W. Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
stood in full view of the dele- He was an automobile sales- D. Joiner said Hubert Brig-I
ates. The filmed 1,000 days of man and had lived here for states in which the Democratic Cleo took' no lives in Florida, Lore About been given top priority" by man, 57, a trusty, slipped away CARRIER OR MAIL

his brother, the late President about four years. He was a chances were rated at no but the death toll still was Gainesville repair crews. from the jail while cleaning 1 1 Week .45
He noted that long distance
John F. Kennedy, was about to member of the Carol Estates better than even or were not climbing in the southwestern tip dishes after supper. I 3 Mos. $5.85
service has been maintained to
in the Carib-
far behind
be shown. Baptist Church. rated are Nebraska, South of Haiti, VietNam the hardest hit and calls All mail subscriptions must
As handclapping applause began Rev. Frank M. Pearl Jr. will Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippiand bean. areas WATER and ICE TEA be paid in advance.
with little
are going Member
of Audit Bureau of
officiate at services at the In the Haitian port city of Les
the organ boomed Virginia. no delay. He said the number of GLASSES Circulation.All .
sound. Within 30 seconds, it was Jones-Johnson Funeral Home Cayes, Cleo killed 80 persons, From Page 1 calls from Gainesville to south, For Motels & Restaurants
silent. But the applause wenton Chapel.: Burial will be in Hill- Asked what might cause them destroyed or damaged nearly Florida during the past two days 1 I SPENCECHEMICAL the material property contained of the Gainesville herein Is
crest Memorial Park. the most trouble in the election,! and left the president.The Publishing Company (c) 1964.
from the floor, building pop- "
welling up every has been "heavier than usual. Reproduction in whole or in partIs
where state banners were dancing Survivors include: his wife, leaders from 12 states, including I ulation of 20,000 gewildered leader also said the junta, SUPPLY CO. strictly forbidden without the

in cadence, to the crowded Mrs. Crystal: Compton of some in the North, specified civil and with little food. which was supposed to have dissolved Store HereBurglarized I FR 2-2186 written permission of the publisher.

balconies.For Gainesville; his parents, Mr., rights and a white backlash. Authorities reported Thursdaythat still was at work seekinga

13 minutes there was a and Mrs. R. W. Compton of Some said they believe this will. 44 other persons were political solution for the na

sustained outburst of sentimentas Bluefield, W. Va.; three brothers be less important as an issue by known to"have died lathe' surrounding -tion.Focal Porsche spoken here.
Clarence Compton of Blue- election day. A store here lost 50 jacketsand
the slight young man stood I countryside, bringingto points of tension today
motionless, his a rms at his field, Adrian Compton and Ron- The 124 the official death toll from remained the joint general staff raincoats in a burglarysome
ald Compton, both of Gaines- normally conservative or! air- time between 7:30: and 10
:sides, the silent symbol of a Monday's howling winds. headquarters near Saigon's
Republican voting records of
ville two sisters, Mrs. Thelma last night.
been ; port, the central market, Saigon's -
who mur-
president Earlier, Cleo killed 14 on the
Bluefield W. Va. New Hampshire, Vermont, Kan- Police
Stephen of and Gainesville reported an
main radio station a
dered and of all of the elan of French island of Guadeloupe.There .
administration which had and Mrs. Dorothy Arrrington sas, Oklahoma and Wyomingare high school. Several hundred entry was forced past an exhaust
an both of Bluefield, W. Va. the biggest obstacles seen was no definite demonstrators milled outside fan of the Florida Athletic
died with him. be by party leaders in those states.California's mate of the damage to the Mi- of 302 NW 6th i
When the President had con- Pallbearers will ; Tommy the gates of the general staff Co., Inc., j.
Thomas, George Beck, Hal ami metropolitan area, which St. Attempts were also madeto
cluded his speech, Johnson heldan ( Jesse Unruh,
bore the brunt of Cleo's fury
'Jones, Jim McElhannon, Neil Troops armed with tear gas force open a cash registerand
conference speaker of the State
news Assembly,
impromptu :
Franklin and Curtis Town- Thursday. stood guard behind barbed wire a soft drink machine. The
with reporters stationed on the cited another hurdle organi teams .
State damage -
send. survey barricades strung across the en- store is managed by JosephJ. -
platform. His message: The zation. He noted: "The Demo- to arrive today, and officials -
were trance. Ring, of 1615 NW 8th Ave. .,
Democrats have a civil rights WALLY PETERSON cratic organization is a series of said the federal govern-

backlash problem, but theJDront duchies and baronies and. California. I
ment would be asked to declarethe
lash against the Republicanticket ["Funeral services"will be Sat4iOlay 'it takes a series of alliances city a disaster area. I We Can Be Your Santa Claus

by liberals and i inctepen- at,2'59 p.m.who (died or Wally Wednesday 0, to get the party moving As it moved up the coast, Cleo .. SALES AND RESPONSIBLE, SERVICE.
Peterson, ,
dints is three times as strong:: in the same direction." smashed town after town and i 'Z' WHEN YOU NEED
Alachua General Hospital -
He said the national and state I MILLER BROWN
show the number of nominal following an extended ill- Even Arizona Democrats are dealt a blow to a part of Flori- ; -
could send
da's citrus belt that
Democrats who will vote talking victory. Sam Goddard, q k'

Republican in November ranges ness.Mr.. Peterson, of rural Gainesville former state chairman, now grapefruit prices rocketing up- .I II
from "negligible in some stateson was a construction super- running for governor, said a poll wards.In I t FROM MOTORS

up to 10 to 15 per cent of the intendent. Born Oct. 27, 1904 in ordered by the Democrats the south-central area I 1 1I

Democrats in some states." Stockholm Sweden, he went to showed Johnson leading 6 to 4 in some growers estimated 50 to 75 I 00

With that off his chest, John- sea as a merchant seaman when the home state of Barry Gold- per cent of the grapefruit crop,I lr:: $25 to $600 1030 E. UNIV. AVE. 372-3582

son marched into a noisy partyin I he was 13 years old and came water, GOP presidential nomi |now reaching maturity, was a

a lounge where admirerswere to the United States when he nee. blown off.Czechs. I

was 17. He had resided in AND IT'S CONFIDENTIAL I
singing "happy birthday"More
Gainesville for 27 But the optimism is temperedwith

Projects Mr. Peterson years. super- caution. Flee Marion Finance (0. I! HOW EI& 'K A CHINCH BUG?

AboutDamage vised in this area include the Frank Keller, Washingtonstate WAIDHAUS, Germany (AP) :

Engineering Building at the Un- chairman, says it is "a Two 21-year-old Czechoslovaks

iversity of Florida, the steam hard fight and getting harder rammed a truck through Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks W t

distribution system at the Uni- every day." Communist border barriers today 'I 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333

versity, the Gainesville a ter I and escaped to West Ger- ) l

treatment plant and the addition Gov. Donald Russell of South many under heavy Red fire,I I E.B. .

to the Gainesville Utilities Carolina says, "the situationwill German police reported.The p.
From Page 1 I c.
Center. be close" with Sen. Barry two escaped at Rozvadov, I

cane, according to sheriffs dep- Mr. Peterson was a memberof Goldwater! the Republican nom- main border crossing point between -;'i LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS :

uties. the Lutheran c h ur ch, inee, now benefitting from anti- Czechoslovakia and West
the Gainesville Elks Club and civil
LAKE OKEECHOBEE HurrIcane rights feeling. Germany. I
-'was a V.F.W. Booster. I Most people know thot the chinch bug Is big fn causing
Cleo did practically no Rev. Lonnie Dobbs will officiate millions of dollars in damages to St. Augustine lawns.
damage to Lake Okeechobee as But do you know that the true size of the adult chinch
at services at the Jones- NOW LEASINGNEW
if swept between the big South I bug is shown in E above. It takes a trained eye to spot
Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. the chinch bug and the early signs of infestation Call
Florida lake and the city of Burial will be in Hillcrest Me- RETAIL STORE BUILDINGS FPC for free inspection. '

West Palm Beach, Army engineers morial Park.Survivors I i
reported today. include: his wife, IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Nat. Credit Cards OF GRADUATE i j-'
Observers drove the tops of Mrs. Ruby Peterson of Gaines- ORIDA INTOMOLOGIST :

tie levees around the lake and ville; one son, Ronald J. Peterson -I !I It UTI

reported the only damage was of New Port Ritchey; and 3440 W. Univ. Ave. :
minor erosion to the earth dikes. three grandchildren. I I o ONTIOL Phone jAOtIMIWoCC.

Vero Beach Power failure, Pallbearers will be: Bill Lat- For Full Details 376-2661 !

roads: blocked by fallen trees, sko, Grady Ford, John Feltham,'
windows smashed and some'j David Howard, Pete Hall and PHONE 376-9183 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372.1489A

homes unroofed. John McClure.

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HOLLYWOOD BOB THOMAS I I I 1 i I ( Thil) '\ Q,.....ml-r
(AP) Gracie I
Allen whose scatterbrained ( fSQOpOQQRAINCOAT;
comedy helped make Burns and I! I II U iII111, II ll 11llliuuiuullllll!' Il lIIi

Allen a top act in show businessfor I I I
34 years, died Thursday
night after a heart attack. She '
was 58. i

Spokesmen for the family said I IULITY

Miss Allen died at 11:15 p.m. Ii[ 1ciL
and that her husband comedy

actor,George Burns was at her !
side pital.at Cedars of Lebanon Hos : PURCHASE

Contacted at the Burns homein II __

George's Beverly brother Hills William said the Burns popu, III'I t for the entire family!

lar comedienne had been in I I I.b __

seemingly good health before ..b H Hd I.. I
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being stricken.He a
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said she had experiencedmild I d II I I I a. \ !
heart attacks in the past. III I -I I..u.,...,? II I II IIIII,.uu::,, ,..::m.I/III/ IIII .l. Il :, II iI I! l
They didn't however, seem to \
slow her down much. Ten days ( I Ii \ \ \ INTRIGUE"TRENCH :
ago she and her husband were GIANT SAVINGS IE

wedding among the reception guests at for the Edie gala E ; COATS i

Adams and her new husband :
Marty Mills. a. 't I
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She appeared effervescent Q I.
I and cheerful as she has been y w .
since her retirement in 1958. .,.

Until then the strain of sustaining
her nitwit role some ) ; II II
times made her tense and with-
drawn.At I
the time of her retirement .
Burns explained why she quit: '4
"She's never missed acting fora r \ \
minute. She never was a ham, t 1
anyway. Most actors are aware I
of playing to an audience. Not \ 7 A,. k'F COMPARABLE VALUEIO.99
Gracie. The side of the stage toward 5. ? II
the audience was a wall to
her. She concentrated only on Here's fantastic value! Trench coats Chesterfields! ReversibTes! I
what she had to say and never Fine cotton poplin treated with durable water repellency that I
gave a thought to cameras or gives coats longer and more serviceable life! All the costly 1
lights or makeup or anything. H. details you'd expect to find in coats selling for much, much L '
-moret! Tab sleeves; yoke front and back; leather-type buttons,
"She deserved a rest. She had a belt! Tackle twills, fancies; strong rayon lining throughout! I
been working all her life, and ?Ac 4v : Jr. Petites' 5 to 13; misses' 8 to 18!' .
her lines were the toughest in z:, ;
do. didn't ___ r4'I
the world to They _
make sense so she had to (, ( c \ ( \ k )1 I
memorize every word. It took a _6"'f ;0 'f tk r 'i( 4g C'Ci'NY I
real actress. Pr:: I \

"Every spare moment In :; 4 4I '

bed under the hair dryer had )'i.i FIBER-FILLED PILLOWS '
to be spent in learning lines. Do 1 .
wonder that she's happy to ]: '. fi
you '
be rid of it?" ...rf II II
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Miss Allen was born In San :: FOR ] h y (
Francisco in the year of the i I
great earthquake. Named Grace ; COMP. VALUE 2.49 ea ,: l 4f'ii k I

Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen, she I'J' Jumbo 22x28" size .r:1 I
was one of four daughters of :: 1': /
and dance Extra-plump Acrylic fiber .' oil L I
Edward Allen a song
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man then booked in San Fran- 1.', Pin, blue coin dot tick .;': $ _1 I I

At 3% she had made her stage rqf PILLOS- J. M. Fields greets a bright new season with the happiest 1.
debut. But she continued in FIBER-FILLED M i vent of the year! Spectacular advance ale of great new
;i ;, S.. ,-' 1ta
Catholic schools until she wasH f- et: ; ..A g coats for fall!
'' '4' Best of all, J. M. Fields gives a boost to your budget with I
when she began a dancingact $ <& i r :. a. a special charge-it offer: Choose your coot now wear
with her three older sisters. / z : .I;;;;:, 1 it home if you like and PAY NOTHING 'TIL II
: 2 & ;| r =tte..., NOVEMBER! That's right_ choose from the most wonted I
Later, she joined an Irish FOR r. ': styles the most fabulous fabrics the loveliest silhouettes .
dance act and at one tee them now. while elections! are at their peak and
song schoolin COMP. VALUE 5.98 ea. dJi j 1 pay nothing 'til November! Take advantage of this smashing I
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Jersey that she met George. : Odorless, non-allergenic :. 1 II
Floral tick in pink, blue
She him on a bill at Union >
j .
Hill, N.J., where he was bookedas --- : ;

met Burns after the and show Lorraine.and George They Rayon & Acrilan 72 x 90 RUBBERS.. 1/ J RAIN QUEENS 1 ,

revealed he was seeking a new Blanket r'> 1Comp.Va1.1.19

Grade 3.88 '1.57 i--d ; :

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Gracie recalled later: "Of -
course George had written this ;. Heavy, reinforced ,, ,,. ,r' Side snap,clear plastic I.
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act for himself with himself as Comfy flat heels
the comedian and I as the Rayon and Acrilan Acrylic fiber. Sizes 8 to 13 Sizes S, M, I, XL II

straight man. But the funny 1

thing my straight lines got I.,
laughed ----
the laughs. People = I.
twice as hard at my not being -I IGirls' -,1"- ,,
Machine' washable "' I
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funny as they laughed :.:, I. ... =
being funny. When we Men's Zip-Lined': Reversible I Boys'FALL : 1i
came off after the first show he *arP I SWEATERS i I
said 'We're switching parts, __ : !
Grade. He rewrote the act then -1 '1' : Ii i)

and there." 11.77 4.97 1297 --- : ,..._ "I I._I '
Burns and Allen played You Save 21% t lteg.S.9S _- : ------- Me,;': Vinyl ..
for three be- -- --- .
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g e Finely tailored rayon = ScUd heavyweight RAItISUITI
able to convince her i Rich Orion Acrylic -
fore was Wonderful rain & = i 0 cotton poplin =
they' should get married. They _1 -_ shine coat One side solid, one = ; new styles =_ I 94C
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Jan: lining easily zips In-out printed
were wed in Cleveland V & crew necks ==
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regulars longs Willow or beige 3 -_
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After their marriage ,they ? = ( : a J.1 Zippered;with hood fl S'
:tS. Head-to JJI
were propelled into the big =-- -! safety_ II

time. .. ... 1

They became headliners In .. ... II
vaudeville and starred on the

bill, that ended Vaudeville aNew -- i 1Girls'
York's Palace Theater ri1:1 r 3-14 Bulky = II
on Rudy For Boys ana Girls! :
After guest-starring
: Vallee and Guy Lombardo radio CREW SOCKS :- / _I Jew 1
they began their own = '
programs Feb. 15,1932. K 1 = r i Cardigans =
on ,FOR F-- 0 r4 :
Their career continued in i\rl. : W -......-.-..-... _
dio and television until ra'i -= :i
retirement. Comp.Va39cea.. Westinghouse If West'tHgbouseElec. || 1I Smooth shaves! 297

George once analyzed hiwife's ? ir. 100% pre-shrunk I STEAM & DRY IRON II CAN OPENER ll I AERO SHAVE = 1i

humor "Gracie is not 1 cotton knit = 0 ;= I

really crazy., If she were, wcouldn't White or stripe; _- I 8.97 i i 8.97 i 38C i qtr e14Ft b = For skirtsblouses ==== II II(I

get a day's work. sizes 6 to 11 I Fall colors; 4-14 = 1 I
"Gracie has a sort of illogical 1 All settings plus Wash & Automatic,compact = Softens,smoothes
logic. To her, everything else is H. Wear; I dial ,E =: Magnetic lid lifter == .J =, = I II'
a little nuts, and after listeningto

her, you think maybe she's ...... '
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right. ; '
The Burns lived in the same S. 441 at 23rd Blvd. QUALITY the only true measure l'

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their close friends Jack and savings uaranteed

Mary Benny. The Burns had --
two adopted children Sandra,
born in 1934, and Ronald, in
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; Gainesville Sun 28 1964
Friday, August __ )


Oiaiuesuil1e"Stitt .
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I $600,000 1 1T

I ( THE fi Mistake

JOHN R. HARRISON President and J lJ\
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PuMlsfttrj PAT COWLES. Vic President
\ ; 'Ed JOHNSON, Vice Presidentnd ;uH : .' ;;.}

I, fltiful Executive Editor W. o., (BUI ATLANTIC CITY Atlantic City is said to have paid six
t University City } EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertising I RALPH McGILL I PlRIfDRM
r Director BOB TARTAGLIONE, Pulitzer Friz Winning Publisher .rs hundred thousand dollars to the Democratic Party to persuade I
I Vice President and Circulation Manager. Of the Atlanta, (Ga) Constitution it to hold its convention here. The deed was done
't( THE SUN'S POLICY well over a year ago and was approved by John Kennedy.

I; 1. Report the news fully and impartially In' the news columns. A TimeFor ea o a One of the first things Lyndon Johnson did on becoming

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only i in editorials. President, Mr. Frank Coniff of the Hearst Press has revealed I
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. s(
F x= was to try to change the site of this weary scenario -

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 1 to another city, a city of greater class. -:

: Want Ads--376-4672 .
I { ; ,/ :a I t It was too late: Atlantic City had already undertaken

.; I \ ,s y to air condition its enormous convention hall at a cost of

Candidates Reveal Their Holdings ASilence & .' two million dollars, and there was nothing to be done

.... almost t ", + e about it, even though Johnson remained distinctly un-
,, : ; happy at the "mise en scene" for his coronation.
Within the past two weeks Senator the practice of presidential candi- an hour the thousands of t :

Barry Goldwater and President dates disclosing their wealth is one delegates and visitors who 'r >,rll j t QUEEN ELIZABETH could walk through Atlantic City and '
I packed this city's huge C o n- ; be untouched by its tawdriness. Uncle can't the .. '" 1
Lyndon Johnson have authorized that should be continued. t-- 1 t II tie; Cornpone :
vention Hall lived
in a recent r-y ;; ., U salt water taffy, instead of courtseying, has a way of stick- F
public statements showing their per- past. It was a time of silence I 1. i I '' ing to him; Sally Rand, who would-you-believe-it is still disrobing -

sonal wealth and that of their im- Even though dollars cannot be or at least as much silence .l. f .. (D..s for the boys, does an extra can-can in his honor; and
mediate families. In doing so they said to have a direct bearing on a as almost twenty thou "There you are, sir-all middle, with no unsightly ends." the perennial flagpole sitter (he is trying to break his ownWORLD'S

I helped establish this practice more president's behavior in office, the sand persons can muster. record of 77 days, and has

; firmly as a political tradition. publication of statements of personal out There restraint.were tears There shed with- FOREMOST NEWS ANALYSTother, reached 62)), wIll add an-
f. adds day to his silly ordeal-
wealth few
a more facts to the sobs muted by handkei chiefs.
but all of this is not in the
j It was begun by Adlai Stevenson voters' general knowledge of the For a time we all lived witha spirit in which the jugglerjuggled

when he was the Democratic presi- man they are called upon to elect. time that was and with a They Are Human for Our Lady. Atlantic -

dential nominee in 1952 and was fold man who was. We saw him City has not been pay-

lowed by President Eisenhower. Richard President Johnson's statement, according in company. We with watched the world'sleaders. him ing homage to LBJ. It is

President to the auditing firm simply cashing in on a six
I Nixon and Kennedy that speak to massed thousandsat
i followed suit in 1960.Goldwater. prepared it, shows a $3.4 million book home and abroad. N'rw Dark wiutrl1 the Wisconsin Minnesotabelt versus Rockefeller, etc.and hundred thousand dollar mis-

I value for the By JAMES RESTON young Bob LaFollette, the fight between the parties understanding.The .
; estate. It does
We saw him on the beaches ATLANTIC CITY There Joe Ball, Harold Sta sse n Johnson versus Goldwateris City might wish it had-
: Senator went a bit far- not show the current or cash value. of New England with his will now be a brief pause in Floyd Olsen and Charles widely known, but the con- n't lured the big show down

\''j' ther than his predecessors in specific Estimates made by The Wall Street beautiful, almost fey wife, the presidential election. The Lindberg's father he would flict between the professionaland this way. Too much copy is

: details when he authorized a bank- Journal, Life Magazine and others and his happy children. We conflict within each party's never really achieve in later private lives of the can- being written about the place.

ing representative to provide Time with access to knowledgeable infor- saw him caught by the camera convention is over, and the life the dreams of his youth. didates is usually forgotten.It The merchants to be sure

mation have in moments of lonelinessand main battle between the two Goldwater and would be interesting to uniformly pleasant. At the
his the
magazine with information about placed current valueat Humphrey
troubled little
f the
concentrat o Mayfair man-
'I parties has not yet begun. know what the Johnson, Gold-
specific holdings and sources of in- various figures ranging up to $14 There was a sudden realiza- For a few days, betweennow really differ dreamed in that of Barry transforming never- water, Humphrey and Miller agement receives you as if

come. million. tion that Jack Kennedy often and the end of the la- the world to his views- women think about all this. you were a beloved cousin
was alone and that the bur- come to town for an unexpected -
bor weekend there will The whole
Day never took himself that ser- thing is an agony
President Johnson has now provided Senator Goldwater's statementmore dens of his position end life be a merciful truce, and this iously while Humph r e y for Mrs. Goldwater, who few days, who how-
were heavy. And then, whenwe ever treasures his priv a c
the public with a ten-year reviewof nearly reflects current value, saw him with the joy of is probably the only time to did. But both gave up, almost detests all the publicity and re- The people of Atlantic City
consider the human problemsof treats from the intrusions of
his financial transactions and the $1.7 million, because his wealth is on the threshold of suc-
being with his children and the four men who have cess and in human the press and television. For are not responsible for the
terms that
I means by which his and his family's invested largely in stocks and bonds. with his wife the grief of his been nominated for the presi- is what, places them in the Ladybird Johnson and Muriel ineffable vulgarity of the

millions have been accumulated.Goldwater's tragedy was almost too muchto dency and the vice presidency same ironical position.Bill Humphrey, it is a kind of con- place which even the healingseas

Along with the amount of wealth bear. of the United States. formation of their faith in the cannot cleanse.I .
I Miller, the Republicanvice GIVE YOU as an exam- "!;
other timein
Probably at no long political struggle of their
disclosure was more each owns, the manner in> which it NOT FOR A LONG time this generation, and maybeeven presidential nominee, is husbands, but not quite a con- pIe a couplet from a poem

t revealing of his _current financial was accumulated is and -will be a will there come another like in this century, have the in an even more ironical posi- solation for their fears. For engraved on jumbo sized

status than was Johnson's, since'his- matter of discussion, and debate. in John Fitzgerald Kennedy.It candidates for the presidencyand tion. A few months ago he was Mrs. Miller and her family it plastic canvases, yours for

t figures were based onP: resent values,, the campaign.: has prompted ues- is not given to every man the vice presidency differed so doubtful about his chancesof is all very new and excit- only $3.98, available at manyof

whereas the Johnson statement did tions where: President Johnson is to have hair that the sun so widely over policiesof reelection to the House of ing but the trials are just be- the Boardwalk souveni
J catches to blend with it and such importance to the nation Representatives that he de- ginning there as well. joints. It presents itself as
not provide this kind of estimate.To concerned, because his wealth was give off a glow. Nor do many and the free world, but cided to get out of national The conflict between poli- a rendition of a message recently -

nearly all accumulated during yearsin men have faces that look joy- they still have several human politics altogether. But he was tical and private life in shortis transmitted throughthe

what degree ,this practice of which he held high public office. ously at the sun and hold it problems in common. but at the same time they much greater than is gen- heavenly ether waves by

financial revelation is necessary to Also, the assets were acquired in so that every line of jaw and Johnson and Goldwater, vative, so devoted to Goldwa.ter's erally realized. For all of Jack to Jackie: "Little Pat-
forehead of cheek and chin views, and so eloquent in rick asks to say Hi I love
satisfy the curiosity of the voters, fields of business which are regulated Humphrey and Miller all these four families it distorts
are revealed in the semme- four of them are more sur- his opposition to the policiesof and complicates everything. you, I'm happy, so please
recommend the candidates to themas by the federal government. try of a masculine vitality prised than anybody else at the Democratic Party, that They are all caught up in don't cry." I cannot imagine

qualified and desirable materialfor which has that beauty of line finding themselves in the cen- he was picked by Goldwaterto events beyond their expectations anything more likely to make

the presidency and to discredit Goldwater got much of his wealth and form which the Greeks ter of this critical battle.A the Republican vice pres- and maybe even beyond Jackie cry than the thought

nasty rumors and gossip is a matterof through inheritance in the beginning carved into marble and cast year ago, not one of idential nominee. their control. that there are people who

pure conjecture.: *"* and his, sharfr-in a .very- profitable. -in bronze. them even dreamed of being All four of these men, then, All the human relation- buy, let alone sell, such
the"central in. these- find themselves whatever of the items (one wonders: whydon't
figure ships
and growing retail business in Sitting there in the huge family change.
I more howling convention haIl their differences in The d the Kennedys do some
hall when the camera had s political parents are separat e
The financial"stat'ernerits revVaTthat re t"rswnir 'he 'was a member 'done with its reel of film on Johnson, for all his successand an unexpected situation. They from the children. The chil- thing about the vulgarizationof

both President Johnson and of the U. S. Senate.If which we had seen some of energy, was a middle have all come out of the Con- dren become public figures their handsome myth?).

Senator Goldwater are millionairesand the highlights of job, sorrow, aged vice president under a gress, which teaches most photographed on their way to The customer gets what he

can well afford to maintain the favorable or unfavorable conclu- triumph, tenderness and steel- young and vibrant president men not to take themselvestoo school, on their dates and wants, and what the customer

like decision that the in- 12 months ago, and even with seriously. They are all fac- wherever else they go, which evidently wants is Atlantic
social and outward trimmings of the sions are drawn from these facts were
City the way it is, with onlya
gredients of Jack Kennedy'slife his insatiable ambition, felt ing awesome responsibilitiesbut makes them even sassier than
First Family in the style to which they ought to be based on more sub- it seemed that we had that everything in the future at the same time they they normally are. The phony single distinctive restaurant,

the nation has become accustomed.The stantial evidence than is available at quickly been removed from was probably going downhill. are confronted by rather obvi- standards of the campaign are no attractive outdoor boisseries -

present. One of the characteristicsof some distant never never Goldwater is even more ous and simple personal fami- wildly different in short from an architectural chaos
surprised than the Presidentto the moral standards of the which, to the extent it favors
public is well aware, of course, hard-fought political campaignsis land to the cannibalism of ly responsibilities.
any single style at all, seems
find himself talking solemnly home.
that wealth the lack of it that facts often fictionalizedand politics, to civil rights demon- Politicians not only have
or pro- are to favor a sort of crypto-By-
about the future of Also the moral confusion of
strations, to a world of harsh policies, but believe it or not ,
vides no basis for determining which fiction is often dressed- up to and present reality, to the the human race. This is one they also have wives and chil- all this is matched by the financial zantine; and now a brandnew

candidate has. the .essentia,qua1ifi- look like facts ,for the purpose of struggle for power which is of the most charming aspectsof dren, whose lives are now confusion. On the cam- skyscraper hotel which looksas

cations of a president. Nevertheless swaying unwary voters.LBJ'S the essence of politics.For the Republican party's caught up in this whole political paign trail Humphrey, for example though it has been pre-
Lyndon Baines J o h n- nominee. He thought he was struggle.The will be better served fabbed by Sears Roebuck, rising -

the inheritance had been just helping to raise funds than the king of Siam, with moreover, straight up in
son : wives now have to ad-
DOMINATION burden and inspiration. for his party just "pooping just to the old man's prob- jet planes, fleets of cars, and the way of the striking,
around" to use his own servants galore, but the Democratic glamorous Absecon Light*
I THE CONVENTION HALL phrase when he was spout- lems even more than they Party is not likely to house which for generationswas
normally do, which is quitea
Contrast of Control turned to reality. There were ing conservative doctrine to look after the house or t h efamily's the trademark of the
lot. The children have to be
Republican fund raising rallies problems while he's City. It will no longer be
not too many scars. The Cre- photographed and psychoan-
but now he finds that he visible unless one contrives ,
dentials Committee had work- alyzed by the and watched away. '
sions which confronted Gold- BUT PERHAPS its has to to the. world not press to infiltrate around the edges
5ftm Snrk Stmra greatest ed long and hard with Mis- prove wherever they Politics is, with few exceptions -
go. of
By ARTHUR KROCK water, though without avail, claim to uniqueness is the sissippi's two delegations and only that he was right, but a debasing and conspir- the hotel that engulfs it,

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. at the Republican assem- state of suspension over the with that of Alabama. A rea- that he can make his doc- Other also family relationshipsare atorial business. It thrives on or drives right down Pacific

'- The greatest contrast be- bly. And Johnson's authorityover choice of its vice presidential sonable settlement had been trines prevail. complicated by the pretense and invokes all the Avenue under the lighthouse'svery
,tween the 1964 Democraticand the proceedings at At- reached with the official de- Hubert Humphrey, who is campaign. Somebody has to myths and demons which most nose.
Republican national con- lantic City is enforced by the nominee with which legation. All they had to do so different from Goldwaterin take care of the house people in their private lives THE DELEGATES, as I
Johnson kept this convention political terms, is never-. while mom is off with the have remarked, were very
ventions is that, though each power of the presidency.BUT to to the try to oppose.
was support
from both beginning and end- Great Man shaking hands with bored, and felt useless
was dominated from the outset nominees. that is theless in the same boat per- But most of the men who very ,
IN JOHNSON'S grand ing as an anti climax. Evenas Surely rea- prospective voters and and were delighted at the
: by a single leader, the sonally.: Like Goldwater, his pre- reach the top in politics are
sonable and fair. A few
design of the 1964 Democratic the build-up of Sen. Hubert far removed tending to be happy in Dubu- momentary excitement caus-
are so in this dilemma be-
master of this assembly was
: would and did. But others departed
.forced into a fundament National Convention th e Humphrey moved to a from the popular mid d Ie- que, Iowa, while wonderingwhat tween private and political ed by the walk out of the
referral of any issue to decision point from which its collapse angry and claimingto the children are doing Mississippi delegation. The
':compromise. That was his have been forced ground of American politics- morality, and in this brief
by roll-call has been ex- would have been the back in Washington.This press, as witness these dispatches
setting-aside of the basic test Goldwater on the conserva- period between the end of the -
: ;by which both parties have cluded as a defacement of most resounding since the fall The Freedom delegation tive right and Humphrey on is the aspect of the conventions and the beginningof is comatose; and

determined contests between the image of "harmony" he of the Tower of Babel, the had presented them- the liberal left that he was presidential election campaignthat the campaign, the least we have a lot to be comatose
intends to present in the President has kept the dele- selves to of the Mis- about. And Big Daddybird is
rival claimants for accreditation meetings convinced a few months ago the television camera can do is to recognize the terrible -
'?* as lawfully chosen del- campaign. The design would gates in the doubt he has inspired sissippi Democrats and been that, like so many of the ear- never sees. The conflict with- problems of the families reputedly very pleased, very
egates. have been spoiled irreparably until his performancerisks refused. Morality and emotion ly blooming progressives of in the parties Goldwater principally concerned. confident, in this the best of
by a roll-call which disclosed classification as a farce. were with them. Yet, the con all possible worlds which

President Johnson person- a majority against an To this there has been no par- vention, urging legal processes wouldn't have been possibleat

ally pressed and effected administration backed proposal allel in political history. And, for the nation's controversies all, nossuh without the

,the arrangement by which though Johnson has repeat- involving laws and regulations Voice of the help of Bird, and Linda, and
two places as delegates at- The printed record of the edly claimed that Franklin D. could do no more People Luci, and one hundred billion i
large were assigned to claim- Roosevelt is his political
convention will merely show than it did. I dollars a year to spend.
ants from Mississippi who that the compromise was ov- "god-father," the relationshipis

were patently ineligible under by not apparent in his ma- HOW MUCH CHANGE did I
erwhelmingly adopted approved On The Sun's
the law by which both parliamentary pro- neuvering on the choice of a the Mississippi and Alabama = Opinion Page= .

major party conventions have cedure. So far as one half running mate. decisions bring? Not
been governed since this meth- of the gallery, and a much IN 1940, Roosevelt encour- much. Weeks before the convention Opinions and comments of San readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters President
cd of choosing national can must ba signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
didates instituted An- larger proportion of the del- aged the presidential aspira- met it was known not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used The 'Stole Show'
was by egates and the press are con- tion of Secretary of State that political leadership of Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writers meaningor
drew Jackson.
cerned, that is what happened. Hull, among others, on the Alabama and Mississippi was, intent.
From Brown
HIS REASON for this dubious But the millions who wit- expectation that the Presi- as in other years, frantically

negotiation of peace nessed the event in the dent would not seek a third hostile to the administration. Danger: velopment streets, casting breath. Not because of its ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (AP-
without disarmament was a round the allseeingeye term. And he lent a sympa- Arkansas and Louisiana shadow
through were a on its little children.You overwhelming beauty. It was Gov. Edmund G. Brown of California
highly pragmatic one. For if of television realized that thetic ear to Hull's sugges- unhappy. North Carolina had with
complained a laugh
he had attempted to sustainthe Tots in StreetsEDITOR see, as an economic the sight of active little tots
these actions were accompa- tion that, in this case, JamesA. just experienced a racist cam- Thursday about the television
historic party law againstthis had earned measure, sidewalks were between the ages of three and
nied amid great disorder and Farley high paign. The convention decisions blackout of his presidential
infraction, he would have non-compliance by the prin- consideration for the vice did not create or alter Sun: This is "The eliminated from the development five riding up, down, across nominating speech at the Democratic

been overridden by an emphatic cipals. The delegates whose presidency. But F.D.R. not these situations.It Sidewalk Story." planning. Since there the nice hard paved streets on convention Wednesdaynight.
majority in a showdownon credentials were affirmed only intrigued for a third were no sidewalks to ride tri-
the floor. were tossed in a common nomination; ,he inspired a may be that the peopleof Once upon a time in the cycles and bicycles, the nice their tricycles, bicycles and He told his state's delegatesat
Like Sen. Barry Goldwater tumult with the that Far Mississippi Alabamawill hard paved streets carts.
dispossessed.And newspaper story in time be able State of Florida there was a were so a breakfast meeting that he'
at San Francisco, John- after the confusion sub ley's choice for second place to accept inviting. Therefore it became The only
ugly sounds his
the and rich little town named Gainesville.It to mar telephoned 87-year-old mother -
son's will is absolute herewith sided, the Democratic Na, would be unwise. And in 1944, many opportunities more and more hazardousfor
open to it by mov- was a peaceful, friendlyand this peaceful, friendly and in San Francisco to tell her to
to the three little
respect tional Convention of 1964 had he passed the word of 'his children who were be
great decisions of national political won another distinction. It is preference for Harry S. Tru- ing from the dead past into beautiful place to live' in only doing what comes natur- beautiful place to live in and his sure big and turn on her set for

conventions: The the only one without common man as his running-mate aft' the channel of national life. and raise your children. Butas ally.It. raise your children were the The moment.television
choice of the nominees for The annual sacrifice OB the networks
reniembrancethat has er privately assuring James screeching of brakes andmothers'
altar of prejudice is a cost- it grew and grew, more is said that one could switched away from Brown to
president and vice presidentand included a lockout (of Ala F., Byrnes of his high favor
the of the plat bama ly thing. and more cars and trucks look out of hysterial warnings. record President Johnson's ar
framing ), a walkout (of Mississippi and publicly adding Justice r a picture window rival.

form. Moreover, there is none ) and a holdout (of Louisiana Douglas to the list of those A fact to which generation* passed through the peaceful, facing N.E. 12th Street Md GERTRUDE A.NOVOGROSKI. "That's

of the dissent to.these deci- < )). -. .- _.... ._ ..: worthy;ofthe honor,_ ? .. of Southernerscan, testify. friendly, beautiful home *de- 14th Avenue and hold their life the history of m4 / 1
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j t Quaker's.Guide: Belief of 'God in L: Every Man_ ,5 r rI

I This is the first of two articles 'of Truth." It was a heroic period today they use "First day"I al, and a courtier, first visitedthe who wear hats into meeting and tury. Some women Friends still '
on "What is a Quaker"in similar to the days of early for Sunday or "Fourth day" court after his conversion i take them off only when they wear plain dresses and sugar- ;
the Sun's continuing serieson Christian persecution by the Ro for Wednesday, "First month"for to Quakerism he advanced to rise to pray in the presence!'I 1'II'III
WHAT OUR.jRELIGIONS scoop bonnets, while their men
"What Our Religions Are. mans. January or "Third month"for meet King Charles II with his! of the Lord.In .
The great American philosopher March. Use of the plain conscience dictating that he simplicity use plain gray suits, without
like Quaker
manner, -
By RICHMOND P. MILLER Y William James wrote:,language is now generally con- keep his hat upon his head. in dress and color (gray lapels neckties or and useless broad buttons brimmed, no
I : "The Quaker religion which fined to conversations among The King, with a smile, removed -for the women and black for -
NOTE' TO THE READER:: .George Fox founded is some members of the Society of his own hat. Whereupon the men) has largely disappear plain hats.NEXT .
American Quakerism split into< thing which is impossible ttoverpraise. Friends and in intimate fam- Penn asked with surprise, of the
edbecause "
two groups in 1827-28 because of! } ARE In a day of shams, ily life. "Friend Charles, wherefore dost of the trimmings and fop- : "What is a Quaker,

differences concerning evangel! 'it was a religion of veracity thou uncovert thyself? which separated the plain Part II.

cal and "mystical" emphases '- 'I rooted in spiritual inwardness, What Is the "plain" dress? "Friend Penn, "King Charles people pery of God from "the world's (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazinesand
The more "evangelical" group and a return to something more The Friends refused to Inc.)
early seventeenth Broadcasting
people'; in the cen-
replied, "it is the custom of this
became the Five Years Meeting; like the original gospel truth doff their hats eitherof I
the more "liberal" group became be approached and experienced' a form of church service thai than men had ever known in honor as a sign in place for only one man to weara
I the Friends General Con by the individual directly has no fixed, pre arranged England. So far as our Christian or respect, except hat at a time." DINE AT THE SIGN OF THE
I prayer to God. For both of these z
without any intermediary priest character. It is held without ritual -
ference. God is sects today are evolving, they customs, they suffered bitter "Hat honor" no longer pre- :'0 GRACIOUS HOST
or preacher. experienced or an ordained minister,,
The major difference between '' are simply reverting in essenceto ridicule and persecution.When vails; Friends today follow cus-
through the "Inward Light, and with no outward sacramentsor COMPLETE LUNCHEON
I the branches of Quakerism the position which Fox and William Penn, whose tom in tipping their hats. But = .
which is the of "Christ
spirit formalized It takes ALL BEEF
probably lies in the services ol I program. the early Quakers so long ago father was an admiral, a gener- there are still some Friends 2
Within. in house without
place a meeting 'GRILLEDFRANKS
worship. This article describesthe
.I. From this,contact God's willis a steeple, stained glass C
distinctive followed Among Friends who have
practices determined, direction is given windows, altar, reredos or c or wona S Boston Baked 67
in the services of worship. high place in American life Decorator Buns (InMolasses
for all human affairs, and the StyledDRAPERY )
This article describes the distinctive gan.Friends are William Penn, Herbert Hoov Tossed GreenSated
power to live the abundant life I gather at the appointed S
practices followed in the I er, John Woolman, Lucretia
I is shared. This is a universal time "on the basis of si-, m Hot Roll and
liberal in Mott, John Greenleaf Whittier
so group ,
I lence." Out of their silent waiting -, toffee COMPLETEIced
Hot or
Senator Paul a
conservative meetings, H. Douglas and
many "The Quakers, of all Christian may flow spiritual messages,,I Vice President Richard FABRICS Iced TeaYour
j and in numerous independent' bodies, have remained nearest vocal prayer Bible reading, or M. Second Cup of Coffee or
meetings. These practices are I Nixon. Iced Tea Is Always free
I and
to the teaching example ministry from anyone who
1: fairly characteristic of Friends of Christ," wrote the Anglican feels called to participate.After S e *

i meetings throughout the world.: prelate Dean William Ralph about an hour of worship What is meant by the "plain" atDISCOUNT 11:30 am to 2:05 pm Lunch & Dinner Specials
t But it should be noted "the that; I Inge. Many Friends are embarrassed the meeting is broken by I language? Dinner 4:30 pm to 8:05 pm II Served Every Day

some .Quaker groups use I when such praise is poured everyone shaking hands with the A characteristic of early DINNER SPECIALS-
4 pastoral system, conducts in which services an: upon them. After all, they neighbor who sits beside him,, Friends which has persisted 1 / PRICES CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAK . 49c

employed which pastor resemble those ol are human followers of the following the lead of those through three centuries is the ROUMANIAN STEAK . . 69c
"Way of Christ," and know they Friends who have been appointed "plain" language which With French Fried PotatoesTBONE
most Protestant churches (except : are fallible and weak in per to have oversight of the meet means refusing to use "you," STEAK . . . . 89c

for the Lord's Supper and. formance. But Friends know ing, and who sit on the benches the plural form, in addressingone at With French Fried Potatoes
a .
the celebration of baptism) what kind of Christians they facing the meeting.It person. (This differentiatedplain
1 There is acknowledgment among ought to be. should be emphasized thai people from those of noble The -Furniture ManufacturersAMPLE -
diversities, bu! I
of their
Friends and status in the seventeenth
the form of Quaker worship cen-
.; all branches of Quakerism meet I ministry is not prescribed or uni tury.) Quakers went back to
\ in the Do the Quakers have a creed?
and work Biblical
form. In some parts of the United ; Christianity and use d"thee"
''I American Friends Service Committee No, not a written or spoken States, Meetings for Worship and "thou." .. HOUS CAFETERIAGAINESVILLE
the Friends World Committee formal creed. They do have deep differ from the description Friends also replaced the customary SHOPPING CENTER

I for Consultation, and and strong beliefs. given above. Where Quaker names of the months AIR CONDITIONED FREE PARKING

world conferences. The Society never requires of meetings follow a programmed and days of the week becauseof South Main St. at S.W. 13th St. FREE BANQUET FACILITIES CALL MR. MASON 376-4491

j I its members the acceptance of I system, they are called "Pas.I their pagan origins. Even
What does a Quaker believe'? I any formula of belief. Friends I toral Meetings."

A Quaker is a member of the I hold that the basis of religious .
i Religious Society of Friends, a I fellowship is an inward, personal e

world wide fellowship of those experience. The essentials of What is meant by the Quaker

who believe that there is "thatof Quaker unity are the love of "witness"? F FINAL 2 DAY CLEARANCE

God in every man." God and the love of man, conceived I An essential part of the Quaker
Quakers hold that the worship and practiced in the tradition is that all members

of God is the primary purpose I spirit of Jesus Christ. George. bear individual and witness
I group
: of the religious life. For non-!Macaulay Trevelyan put it this to their principles by the

Friends, this is accomplished by; way. simplicity, integrity, uprightness
I receiving sacraments performing "The finer essence of George and directness they exhibit f in

I, rituals, listening to sermons, Fox's queer teaching was surely personal life and in their dealing -
,'I reading from the Scriptures, this that Christian qualities with all peoples.The .
sacred music. ; matter much more than
I' singing outward expression of
( For Friends, group worship I Ia is Christian dogmas. No church or Quaker beliefs is found in group -MAY AG
sect had ever made that its living
{ fellowship of the spiritbas ; maintain the I testimonies against war, for penal
I ed on silent communion without rule before. To reform, against capital punishment
in the world of
resulting in Christian quality
J any program I ; in opposition to slaveryand
vocal prayer, "witness," testimony business and domestic life, and all forms of discrimination
maintain it without hypocrisy
or exhortation. Ito I
and segregation; in efforts for
Quakers believe that God was the great achievementof letter intercultural relations, a
to all men and women these extraordinary people. .
speaks Christian economic and
S, through the still, small inner I social more order, intelligent treatment DISCONTINUED 1964 Model WASHERS & DRYERS

I voice. This was true not also onlyin inI What is he "Inward Light"? of the mentally ill, equality
the past. God speaks The "Inward Light" is not I for women, and in opposition

the present, his revelation is conscience. It is what Quakers to the use of alcohol and "Buy The World's Most Service-Free usher or Dryer Today At The Lowest
is the Quaker ..
continuing. call "that of God" in every gambling.; .

I contribution to religious exper man. It instructs and transformsthe Prices
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What does "Quaker" mean? I Most often it is termed the Business"?

"Quaker" was the nickname ."Inner Light" or the "Light i The affairs connected with, I Every Maytag Sold I II

", given to the followers of George Within." It exists in all men' organization are dicussed at a I
Fox in seventeeth century Eng and women. It resembles the' "Meeting for Business," at SAVE 9S I
land when, at a magistrate'strial doctrine of the Holy Spirit. But another time than on First- day, AS MUCH$ :I Has Full Factory I II
in Derby, they trembledat to Quakers, it is known directly (Sunday) morning. I
the word of God. without any mediation by any Pure democracy is practicedin AS I Warranty and I II I.i I.

Early Quakers called themselves prophet or priest. For Friends, all decisions, which are re U 7 With

"Children of the Light" it t is the source of all reality corded in minutes written by; ; MtUY Trade !I All Are
and "Friends in the Truth'They in religion, leading immediately the clerk of the meeting. Thereis i Service. i.I i.
might have been styled to the experience of God. no vote. The clerk takes down
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after Martin Luther From the beginning, Friendshave local meeting is the [I

the Protestant Reformationto believed that everyone has Monthly Meeting; groups in 1 a : RUST PROOFCABINETS Positive Lint Filter I II
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Do they consider themselves no division between clergy is the inclusive body for all Desired.

Protestants? and laity. The vocation of every meetings in a region. In the .t Bleach Dispenser Ilf I I II

Quakers consider themselvesa Friend is to be a lay ministerand United States and Canada, there ,
"third way" of Christians, to practice the free ministry are 25 Yearly Meetings and .. Positive Sand Removal _ _
emphasizing fundamentals differently (That includes four regional conferences that I
of all laymen.
from Roman Catholicsand and sometimes meet annually, comprising over

Church Roman Protestants.authority Catholics the emphasize hierarchy women.serve by each elders) a nominating meeting, are appointed on commit suggestions to 1,000 Monthly. Meetings.. WellTrade + ++ We'll Deal I I

and an absolute creed. Protestant How do Quakers try to concert -

i denominations emphasize tee.Individual Friends are given others to their faith? 9 Multi-Cycle Dryers _-
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But the Society of Friends puts at the time of death. they are accorded full membership Trade
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which can and does grow deve keeping of all vital statistics a member. I No Payments Until
lop, and change because it has Overseers look after the New members are called "con &WB&BB&I
within it the inward power of! of the member vinced." Those whose parents'
care ofHeata
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of the Fatherare ,
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,, to be gifted in the ministry,then by right of birth and are call gentle *
Jesus in the even heat
brethren of recommended in ,
he (or she) is ed "birthright" members.
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I Gainesville Sun Friday, August 28,1964WelfarismSubordinating

Individuals to. : the State f

I Moreover, they have discovered-and here is the critical with its citizens as wards and. dependents has gatheredunto
CHAPTER 8 point-that Welfarism is much more compatible with the itself unlimited political and economic power and is TheCONSCIENCE
political processes of a democratic society. Nationalizationran thus able to rule as absolutely as any oriental despot.
The Welfare State into popular opposition, but the collectivists feel sure Let us, however, weigh the consequences of Welfarism on
WASHINGTON The President estimated that the expen- the Welfare State can be erected by the simple expedient the individual citizen.
ditures of the Department of Health, Education and Welfarein of buying votes with promises of "free" hospitalization, Consider, first, the effect of Welfarism on the donors of OF
the fiscal year 1961 (including Social Security payments) "free" retirement pay and so on The correctness of government welfare-not only those who pay for it but also -
would exceed $15,000,000,000. Thus the current results of this estimate can be seen from the portion of the federal the voters and their elected representatives who decide
New Deal legislation are Federal disbursements for human budget that is now allocated to welfare, an amount second that the benefits shall be conferred. Does some credit redound A CONSERVATIVE :
welfare in this country second only to national defense. only to the cost of national defense. on them for trying to care for the needs of their
The New York Times, January 19, 1960, p. 1. if The take total figure Is substantially higher than the J15,000,000,000 noted of Health.above fellow citizens? Are they to be commended and rewarded,
we Into account welfare expenditures outside the Department
Education and Welfare for federal housing prefects, for example.I at some moment in eternity, for their "charity?" By SEN. BARRY GOLDWATERLet
For many years it appeared that the principal domestic do not welcome this shift of strategy. Socialism-through- I think not. Suppose I should vote for a measure providing
threat to our freedom was contained in the doctrines of Welfarism poses a far greater danger to freedom than Social- for free medical care: I am unaware of any moral
Karl Marx. The collectivists-non-Communists as well as ism-through Nationalization precisely because it is more diffi- virtue that is attached to my decision to confiscate the us, then, not blunt the noble impulses of mankind by
Communists-had adopted the Marxist objective of "socializ- cult to combat. The evils of Nationalization are self-evident andimmedia earnings of X and give them to Y. reducing charity to a mechanical operation of the federal
ing the means of production." And so it seemed that if Those of Welfarism are veiled and tend to be Suppose, however, that X approves of the programthathe goverment. Let us, by all means, encourage, those who are
collectivization were imposed, it would take the form of a ponstponed. People can understand the consequences of turn- has voted for welfarist politicans with the idea of help- fortunate and able to care for the needs of those who are
State owned and operated economy. I doubt whether this ing over ownership of the steel industry, say, to the State; ing his fellow man. Surely the wholesomeness of his act is unfortunate and disabled. But let us do this in a way that
is the main threat any longer. and they can be counted on to oppose such a proposal.But diluted by the fact that he is voting not only to have his is conducive to the spiritual as well as the material well-
The collectivists have found, both in this country and in let the government increase its contribution to the own money taken but also that of his fellow citizens who being of our citizens and in a way that will preserve
other industrialized nations of the West, that free enterprisehas "Public Assistance" program and we will, at most, grum- may have different ideas about their social obligations. Why their freedom.
removed the economic and social conditions that might ble about excessive government spending. The effect of does not such a man, instead, contribute what he regardsas Let welfare be a private concern. Let it be promoted by
have made a class struggle possible. Mammoth productivity, Welfarism on freedom will be felt later on after its his just share of human welfare to a private charity? individuals and families, by churches, private hospitals,
wide distribution of wealth, high standards of living, the beneficiaries have become its victims, after dependence on Consider the consequences to the recipient of welfarism.For religious service organizations, community charities and oth-
trade union movement-these and other factors have elim- government has turned into bondage and it is too late to one thing, he mortgages himself to the federal govern- er institutions that have been established for this purpose.
inated whatever incentive there might have been for the unlock the jail. ment. In return for benefits which, in the majority of If the objection is raised that private institutions lack suffi-
"proletariat" to rise up, peaceably or otherwise, and as- But a far more important factor is Welfarism's strong emotional cases, he pays for-he concedes to the government the ultimate cient funds, let us remember that every penny the federal
sume direct ownership of productive property. Significantly appeal to many voters and the consequent tempta- in political power-the power to grant or with- government does not appropriate for welfare is potentially
the bankruptcy of doctrinaire Marxism has been expressly tions it presents the average politician. It is hard, as hold from him the necessities of life as the government sees available for private use-and without the overhead chargefor
( acknowledged by the Socialist Party of West Germany, we have seen, to make out a case for State ownership.It fit.Even processing the money through the federal bureaucracy.Indeed .
and by the dominant faction of the Socialist Party of Great is very different with the rhetoric of humanitarianism.How more important, however, is the effect on him- high taxes, for which government Welfarism is so
Britain. easy it is to reach the voters with earnest importunities the elimination of any feeling of responsibility for his own largely responsible is the biggest obstacle to fund raising by
: In this country the abandonment of the Marxist approach for helping the needy. And how difficult for Conserv- welfare and that of his family and neighbors. A man may private charities.
(outside the Communist Party, of course) is attested to by atives to resist these demands without appearing to be cal- not immediately, or ever, comprehend the harm thus Finally if we deem public intervention necessary, let the
the negligible strength of the Socialist Party, and more lous and contemptuous of the plight of less fortunate citizens. done to his character. Indeed, this is one of the great job be done by local and state authorities that are incap-
tellingly perhaps, by the content of left wing literature and Here, perhaps, is the best illustration of the failure of evils of Welfarism-that it transforms the individual froma able of accumulating the vast political power that is so ''t
by the programs of left wing political organizations suchas the Conservative demonstration.I dignified, industrious, self-reliant spiritual being into a inimical to our liberties.
the Americans For Democratic Action. know, for I have heard the questions often. Have you dependent animal creature without his knowing it. There is The Welfare State is not inevitable, as its proponents are
The currently favored instrument of collectivization is the no sense of social obligation? the Liberals ask. Have you no avoiding this damage to character under the Welfare so fond of telling us. There is nothing inherent in an in-
\ Welfare State. The collectivists have not abandoned their no concern for people who are out of work? for sick people State. Welfare programs cannot help but promote the idea dustrialized economy, or in democratic processes of govern-
I ultimate goal-to subordinate the individual to the State- who lack medical care? for children in overcrowded schools? that the government owes the benefits it confers on the individual ment that must produce de Tocqueville's "guardian society."
1 but their strategy has changed. They have learned that Socialism Are you unmoved by the problems of the aged and disabled and that the individual is entitled, by right, to receive Our future, like our past, will be what we make it. And
can be achieved through Welfarism quite as wellas ? Are you against human welfare? them. Such programs are sold to the country preciselyon we can shatter the collectivists' designs on individual free-
'I' though Nationalization. They understand that private The answer to all of these questions is, of course, no. the argument that government has an obligation to care dom if we will impress upon the men who conduct our affairs
I property can be confiscated as effectively by taxation as But a simple "no" is not enough. I feel certain that Con- for the needs of its citizens.Is this one truth: that the material and spiritual sidesof
I by expropriating it. They understand that the individualcan servatism is through unless Conservatives can demonstrateand it possible that the message will reach those who vote man are intertwined; that it is impossible for the Stateto
be put at the mercy of the State-not only by makingthe communicate the difference between being concerned for the benefits, but not those who receive them? How differ- assume responsibility for one without intruding on the essential -
State his employer-but by divesting him of the meansto with these problems and believing that the federal govern- ent it is with private charity where both the giver and the nature of the other; that if we take from a man '
provide for his personal needs and by giving the State ment is the proper agent for their solution. receiver understand that charity is the product of the humanitarian the personal responsibility for caring for his material needs
the responsibility of caring for those needs from cradle to The long range political consequences of Welfarism are impulses of the giver, not the due of the re- we take from him also the will and the opportunity to be
grave. plain enough: as we have seen, the State that is able to deal ceiver. free.

Ii Financing Education Is a State and Local Problem I

niggardly in support of their schools. Since the end of we have put into practice the educational philosophy expounded that we have forgotten that purpose of education. Or better:
World War II, Americans have built 550,000 classrooms at a by John Dewey and his disciples. In varying degrees we have forgotten for whom education is intended. The func-
cost of approximately $19 billion-almost all of which was we have adopted what has been called "progressive tion of our schools is not to educate, or elevate, society;
Some Notes On EducationI raised at the local level. This new construction provided space education." but rather to educate individuals and to equip them with the
agree with lobbyists for federal school aid that educationis for over 15 million pupils during a period when the school Subscribing to the egalitarian notion that every child must knowledge that will enable them to take care of society's
one of the great problems of our day. I am afraid, population increased by only 10 million pupils. It is evi- have the same education, we have neglected to provide an needs. We have forgotten that a society progresses only to
however, that their views and mine regarding the natureof dent, therefore, that increased school expenditures have more educational system which will tax the talents and stir the am- the extent that it produces leaders that are capable of
the problem are many miles apart. They tend to see the than kept pace with increased school needs. bitions of our best students and which will thus insure us the guiding and inspiring progress. And we cannot develop such
problem in quantitative terms-not enough schools, not Here are some of the figures. In the school year 1949-50 kind of leaders we will need hi the future.In leaders unless our standards of education are geared to excellence -
enough teachers, not enough equipment.I there were 25 million students enrolled in various edu- our desire to make sure that our children learn to "ad- instead of mediocrity.We .
think it has to do with quality: How good are the cation institutions in the United States. In the year 1959- just" to their environment, we have given them insufficient must give full rein to individual talents, and we must
schools we have? Their solution is to spend more money. 60 there were 34.7 million-an increase of 38 per cent. Duringthe opportunity to acquire the knowledge that will enable themto encourage our schools to enforce the academic disciplinesto -
f Mine is to raise standards. Their recourse is to the federal same period revenues for school use, raised largely at master their environment.In put preponderant emphasis on English, mathematics, his-
government. Mine is to the local public school board, the the local level, increased from 5.4 billion to 12.1 billionan our attempt to make education "fun," we have neglected tory, literature, foreign languages and the natural sciences.We .
private school, the individual citizen-as far away from the increase of 124 per cent. When school expenditures in- the academic disciplines that develop sound minds and should look upon our schools-not as a place to train
j federal government as one can possibly go. And I suspect crease three and a half times as fast as the school population are conducive to sound characters. the "whole character" of the child-a responsibility that prop-
that if we knew which of these two views on educationwill I do not think that the adequacy of America's "tradi- Responding to the Deweyite attack on methods of teach- erly belongs to his family and church-but to train his 1
eventually prevail, we would know also whether .Western. tional" approach to education is open to serious question.The ing, we have encouraged the teaching profession to be more mind.
civilization is due to survive, or will passSway: third objection"to "federal aid is that it promotes the concerned with how a subject is taught than with whatis Our country's past progress has been the result, not of the
To put this somewhat differently, I believe that our abilityto idea that federal school money is "free" money, and thus taught. Most important of all: in our anxiety to "improve"the mass mind applying average intelligence to the problems of
cope with the great crises that lie ahead will be en- gives the people a distorted picture of the cost of education. world and insure "progress" we have permitted our the day, but of the brilliance and dedication of wise individual I
I hanced in direct ratio as we recapture the lost art of learn- I was distressed to find that five out of six high school schools to become laboratories for social and economic change who applied their wisdom to advance the freedom and the I
ing, and will diminish in direct ratio as we give responsi- and junior college students recently interviewed in Phoenix according to the predilections of the professional educators.We material well-being of all of our people. And so if we would
bility for training our children's minds to the federal bureau- said they favored federal aid because it would mean more have forgotten that the proper function of the schoolis improve education in America-and advance the fortunes of
f cracy. money for local schools and ease the financial burden on to transmit the cultural heritage of one generation to freedomwe will not rush to the federal treasury with
t But let us put these differences aside for the moment and Arizona taxpayers.The the next generation, and to so train the minds of the new requests for money.
'I note four reasons why federal aid to education is objectionable truth, of course, is that the federal government has generation as to make them capable of absorbing ancient We will focus attention on our local community, and make I
: even if we grant that the problem is primarily quanti- no funds except those it extracts from the taxpayers who learning and applying it to the problem of its own day. sure that our schools, private and public, are performingthe
l tative. reside in the various States. The money that the federal government The fundamental explanation of this distortion of values is job the Nation has the right to expect of them.
The first is that federal Intervention in education is un- pays to State X for education has been taken from
constitutional. It is the fashion these days to say that responsibility the citizens of State X in federal taxes and comes back to
I for education "traditionally" rests with the lo- them minus the Washington brokerage fee. The less wealthy Dixie Delegates Believe HumphreyNot
cal community as a prelude to proposing an exceptionto States, to be sure, receive slightly more than they give,
the tradition in the form of federal aid. just as the more wealthy States receive somewhat less. But
This "tradition let remember is also the law. It For the most federalaid
us the differences are negligible. part,
J! is sanctioned by the Constitution of the United States for simply substitutes the tax collecting facilities of the fed- a Stumbling Block in the South
education is one of the powers reserved to the States by eral government for those of local governments.This .
the Tenth Amendment. Therefore, any federal aid program, fact cannot be stressed often enough; for stripped of
however desirable it might appear, must be regarded as the idea that federal is free federal aid to (
money money g) N rID Vnrk ilhttrl>r Alabama and Mississippi wouldbe phrey in an appearance be- paring Humphrey's lack of t
illegal until such time as the Constitution is amended. education is exposed as an act of naked compulsion-a de-
By CLAUDE SITTON I lost here and at the polls! fore the Georgia delegation.He southern popularity with that
I The second objection is that the alleged need for federal cision by the federal government to force the people of the I in November. Gov.
was warmly by of Rep. William E. Miller of
r funds has never been convincingly demonstrated. It all depends States to spend more money than they choose to spend for ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -
Carl Sanders, who asserted New York the vice-
Alabama slate of Republican
r of course, on how the question is put. If you ask, this purpose voluntarily.The Southern delegates to the Dem-! a
that would be "hi the
Georgia choice.
Does State X need additional educational facilities? the answer fourth objection is that federal aid to education in- ocratic National Convent ion unpledged presidential elect- presidential
may be yes. But if you ask, Does State X require additional evitably means federal control of education. For many years, generally agreed Thursday that ors last May over a slate pledged front-line trenches" for the Dem- "In Virginia the ticket would
I : facilities that are beyond the reach of its own financial advocates of federal aid denied that aid implies control but its outcome had done little eith- to Johnson, raising serious ocratic ticket. have been stronger without
means? the answer is invariably no. in the light of the National Defense Education Act of 1958 er to help or hurt President doubts over its party loyalty.The A viewpoint considered by Humphrey," said the Governor. -
: The White House Conference on Education in 1955 was, they cannot very well maintain their position. Federal aid Johnson's chances in the reg- all-white Mississippi dele- observers to be more typicalof "However, I can't say that
most of us will remember, an elaborate effort to demon- under the act is conditioned' upon compliance by the States gation was challenged by the that in the South as a whole Humphrey will be more of a
: strate popular support for federal aid. As expected, the and local educational institutions with various standards and ion.This is a gain in itself, according -' Mississippi Freedom Democratic was expressed by Virginia's drag on Johnson than Millerwill
:- "consensus" of the conference was that more federal aid was specifications laid down by the Department of Health, Edu- to some, in view of the Party, a predominantly Ne- Gov. Albertis Harrison in com- be on Goldwater."
neticd.: However, the conferees reached another conclusion cation and Welfare. There are no less than twelve direct con- Alabama and Mississippi seat. gro group whose pledges of loy-
t : that was hardly noticed by the press. "No state represented," trols of this kind in the act. ing dispute and coolness to- alty and contention that Ne-
P the Conference report stated, "has a demonstrated financial Moreover, the acknowledged purpose of the act is to per- ward the nomination of Sen.' groes had been excluded from ROBERT KENNEDY:
I : incapacity to build the schools they will need during the next suade local educational institutions to put greater emphasison Hubert H. Humphrey for the! participation in party affairs I
j live years." What is lacking, the report went on, is not the physical sciences and other subjects directly relatedto vice presidency. aroused widespread sympa-
: : money, but a "political determination powerful enough to national defense. I do not question the desirability of en- i thy here. LIFE'S 'EBB AND FLOW'ATLANTIC
t -- overcome all the obstacles." couraging increased proficiency in the physical sciences, but The concensus was that the I Under these circumstances,
I : Through the succeeding five years, congressional commit- when the federal government does the encouraging throughthe Johnson Humphrey ticket I negotiation of a compromise CITY, N.J. (AP- had changed dramatically since
: tees have listened to hundreds of hours of testimony In favor withholding and granting of funds, I do not see howit might win half of the 128 that averted a walk-out by A few months before his assas- the convention four years ago in
I of federal aid, but they have never heard that 1955 finding can be denied that the federal government is helping to electoral votes of the 11 former other southern states and min- sination, John F. Kennedy spokehis Los Angeles.
: successfully contradicted. What the White House conferees determine the content of education; and influencing content is confederate states with a imized disgruntlement among belief In the "ebbs and That had been a Kennedy
.. were saying in 1955, and what proponents of federal aid to the last, not the first, stage of control vigorous campaign provided -non-southern delegations was flows" of a man's fortunes.A show from start to finish.
( :- education have been saying ever since, is that because a Nobody should be surprised that aid has led to controls. It intra-party strife is ended viewed as a marked success. personification attendedthe Lyndon B. Johnson came
.. few States have not seen fit to take care of their school could, and should not be otherwise. Congress cannot be expected and concern over civil rights avoidance of bruis- Democratic convention away defeated and with second
: needs, it is incumbent upon the federal government to take to appropriate the people's money and make no provision allayed. Otherwise, they felt Despite a Thursday night-the late. Presi- best-the vice presidential nom
southern here the
up the slack. for how it will be spent. Congress would be shirkingits Republicans might carry every Democrats ing face fight serious ,handi- dent's brother, Atty. Gen. Rob- !ination. And that was said to
My view is that if State X possesses the wealth to edu- responsibilities to the taxpayer if it distributed his money Southern state but Georgia and ert F. Kennedy.For have been given to him over
: cate its children adequately but has failed to utilize its wealth willy-nilly, without regard to its use. Should Congress per- Texas. caps in the region. 'Commerce him the tides of fortuneHumphrey's Robert F. Kennedy's opposition.But .
for that purpose, it is up to the people of State X to take mit the use of federal funds to subsidize Communist schools Strategists for Sen. Barry Secretary Luther H. Hodges, this convention was
: remedial action through their local and state governments. and thus promote the cause of our enemies? Of course not. Goldwater concede freely that former governor of North Car strictly an LBJ show.
has neither the the But of such use is clearly an exercise of fed- olina, said chief among them ;
f The federal government right nor duty a prohibition he must have a virtual sweepin There is another irony.
',. to intervene. eral control. Congress will always feel impelled to establish the South to win the elec- were fears aroused among In the primaries before that
Let us, moreover, keep the problem in proper perspec- conditions under which people's money is to be spent, and whites by Negro rioting and 1st Home Now convention four years ago, the
tive. The national school system is not in distress. Shortly while some controls may be wise we are not guaranteed tion.The misconceptions about the new attorney general marshaled his t
,; before the Senate debate this year on increased federal against unwise controls any more than "we are guaranteed convention's from the southern negative aspects 1 civil rights law. Empty Lot brother's forces to knock HubertH.
aid, I asked Mr. Arthur Flemming the Secretary of Health, against unwise Congressmen. The mistake is not the con- -\ew-were said to have political "If the false! impression that I Humphrey out of the Democratic
Education and Welfare, how many of the Nation's school trols but appropriating the money that requires controls.So the law will take jobs from WALLACE, S. D. (AP) Sen. presidential nominationrace.
I districts were in actual trouble-how many that is, had much for the evils and dangers of federal aid. Note thatI been offset by adoption of a whites and give them to Ne- Hubert H. Humphrey, the Dem- .
reached their bonded limit. have denied that of children being inadequately softer civil rights plank than ocratic nominee for vice
t His answer was approximately not many our are groes can be eliminated it presi- Now he finds Humphrey is the
230. educated, or that the problem is nation-wide. I southerners had expected, a would mean an additional 2- dent, was born in Wallace, S.D., vice presidential nominee-a job
: Now there are roughly 42,000 school districts in America. have only denied that it is the kind of problem that requires Credentials Committee compromise 000,000 votes for the Democrats now a village of 130 on a gravel Kennedy wanted.
: Thus, proponents of federal aid are talking about a problem a solution at the national level. To the extent the that tended to place ," he contended. road.
that affects only one-half of one per cent of our school districts problem is qua n tit a t 1 v e- to the extent we have responsibility for the withdrawal Few remember the Hum- 'Yule-
Cabinet official
predicted -
: I cannot believe that the state governments responsible too few classrooms and pay some of our teachers too little of majorities of the Alabama phreys, who moved to nearby Early
I for those areas are incapable of making up whateverdeficiencies money, the shortages can be taken care of by the localities and Mississippi delegation that southerners would come Doland, S.D.( in 1916, five years PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
t! exist. It so happens that the same deficiency fig- concerned. But more: to the extent the problem is qualitative- upon the bolters themselves to accept Sen. Humphrey. "I after he was born.A Talk about doing your Christ-
.. ure-one-half of one per cent-applies to my own state of which in my opinion it mainly is-it is manifestly one that and the consideration showr have talked to our own sena- fire four years ago burned mas shopping early.
I : Arizona. And Arizona proudly turned down federal funds under lends itself to correction at the local leveL the opinions of moderate south- tors and other southern sena- ,down the old two-story frame The city of Philadelphia an-
the 1958 National Defense Education Act on the grounds There is no pace! where deficiencies in the content of an ern leaders by the Johnson for- tors and they are enthusiastic building on Main Street that nounced Thursday it's looking
: that Arizonians, themselves, were quite capable of closing educational system can be better understood than locally about Humphrey," he said. housed the combination Hum- around for its annual Christmastree
y the gap. where a community has the opportunity to view and judgethe ces.The President and his planners Supporting evidence for Hod phrey drugstore and dwelling. A a 50-foot or taller evergreen
: This may be the place, while we are speaking of need, product of its own school system. reportedly came into the ges' view was seen in the enthusiastic weed-grown lot is all that re to decorate City Han Pla-
: to lay to rest the notion that the American people have been In. the main, the trouble with American education is that convention convinced that reception given Hum- mains. za during the Yule season. i
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Friday: August 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7

Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Prai-

ABOUT PEOPLE le of Richmond, Va., former
Bridal UJOIMfl PartiesTo
mffliniiy: residents, are now living
Jim Silk, son' of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Silk; will arrive at 1270 Pinecrest Avenue in
this weekend from Cambridge, Mass., where he spent the Daytona Beach. Mr. Prallewas
summer following his graduation from Gainesville High transferred recently I,
TODAY, August 28 Parties FeteCouple School. Jim took a summer course at Harvard College and from the Richmond Holiday
Bridesmaids luncheon fet- THE also worked as.an assistant on a research project at the Har- Inn to the new inn in Daytona.
ing Miss Dorothy Jeanne Da- f ] I L vard Center for Studies in Education and Development, which .
vis, bride elect of Dr Ar- Given involved a study of the school children in the Bahamas.The .
thur Silks' daughter, Miss Silk, returned last week
C. Aikin Jr., both of Nancy To make zesty croutons to
Washington, D. C., by the Ruth Weimer-Women' Editor from a two-month tour in Europe. Nancy, also a graduateof
add to salads brown
bride's mother Mrs. GeorgeK. GHS, received her B. A. degree from Smith College and green
Davis and her daught c rs, Honoring her; daughter Mis s Nassau Vacation Honoring Miss Margaret Mo- her master's degree from Harvard in June. and crisp them in gar I i c-
Miss Ruthanna Marie and Dorothy Jeanne Davis, whose Clamroch and her fiance, Dr. flavored olive oil.
to Dr. Surinder Mehta, both of Phila- Mr. and Mrs. ,
Miss Mary Ellen Davis. 1 p. marriage Arthur C. L'r;Lf James E. '
m., 1890 House of Ocala. Aikin Jr., Washington D.C. will delphia, two pre-nuptial events Hodnett, were recent guests i EXPERIENCED TVs
At home for Miss Margaret take place tomorrow night, Mrs. : will be given today preceeding at the Lucayan Beach Hotelin
McClamroch and her fiance, George K. Davis entertainedwith r a the wedding rehearsal at the the Grand Bahamas.
Dr. Surinder Mehta of Phila- the bridesmaids luncheon home of the bride-elect's par- from $9.95RCA

delphia, preceeding wedding i today at the 1890 House in ents, Dr. and Mrs. James M. Arriving by plane from -MOTOROLA-MAGNAVOX
rehearsal, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Ocala. McClamroch.An lumbus., DUMONT SENTINEL TRAVELER
ley L. West and Mr. and Mrs. at home is planned late Mrs. Robert Little and sons, ZENITH Etc. I
John L. R. Grand at the West Assisting' in the courtesies this afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Ed, who are guests ALSO USED HI-FI'S -STEREO'S & RADIO'S ,
home, 1907 NW Tenth'Avenue. were the honoree's twin sisters Stanley L. West and Mr. and of Mrs. Little's parents, Mr.
Rehearsal dinner honoringand : Miss Ruthanna Marie and Mrs. John L. R. Grand, who will and Mrs. Dolph Means at their 608 N. I
her fiance Dr. Surinder Miss Mary Ellen Davis.A entertain at the West home. country home on Highway 441. COUCH'SMERCEDESBENZ Main St.
Mehta, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. *
bridal motif was used in brass bowls filled
Harp, uncle and aunt of the the appointments. Miniaturedolls Two antique Home from two weeks in
bride, 314 NE Fifth Avenue. with white chrysanthemums and
wearing replicas of the lr Saluda, N. C., is Mrs. Thel-
x Y will be used on the
Rehearsal dinner honoring .x.
bridesmaids dresses, which ma Ivey. En route, she was
Miss McClamrochMiss :serving table and a green and
the houseguest of Mr. and !i
made the twins 4.'
were by ,
will be carriedout
Dorothy Jeanne Davis ed the centerpiece. e.r white color note Mrs. F. Earle Rankin. Pig- I OWNERS
and their son, Dr. Arthur C. in the appointments. eon Forge, Tenn., former residents I
Aikin Jr., both of Washington, Guests limited th Harps Plan Dinner
were to ebride's of Gainesville. We will give your Mercedes-Benz the finest
D. C., 6 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. attendants and out of A 2 as Mrs. A. E. Harp, maternalaunt The Rankins' younger son, qualified service, factory parts, and that
Arthur C. Aikin of Gettysburg, own guests.. of the bride-to-be, and Mr. David, will return to St. Petersburg little extra attention that makes owning a
Pa., Holiday Inn. Harp will give a dinner at their for his senior fine car on even nicer experience. See us
Mrs. Brooker Entertains house after the West Grand yearat
SATURDAY, August 29 Presbyterian Collegewhile
Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. party.A their older son, Lt. !
Wedding of Miss Margaret Marvin Brooker entertain e d bridal motif emphasizinj Frank Rankin, Bordentown, REPLICARS Inc.
McClamroch of Philadelphia, with a luncheon at her, home white and silver will be carriedout N. J., has just received new
115 S.E2nd St. Ph. 372-5097
Pa., daughter of Dr. and .
honoring Miss Davis. 1. in the dinner appointment. duty assignment in'Okinawa. i
Mrs. James M. McClam-
i will assist
t Miss Janie Harp
roch, and Dr. Surinder K. An arrangement of fruit cen- her parents in the hospitalities.
of tered the luncheon table and ""
Mehta of Philadelphia son a
I Dr and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of "ruit theme was featured in -- Guests for both events of the will two be ;J-: :;:]{ '.i i ;;

New home Delhi of the, India bride's, 10:30:parents.a.m., he appointments.The Taking a vacation cruise recently to Nassau aboard the limited families to and members out of town guests "jJ :'I! ''>r : :: PPt' rI

Luncheon for bridal party bride-to-be was present SS Bahama Star were Miss Joy Sue Priem, left, and Miss Miss Elise Jones entertained U/;/ ( l/ ,I: h/fi''; :.:/ I '.J//,/.J:",{'. I

and out of town guests immediately :d a gift of silver in her pat Paula Sommese, right. Sailing from Miami, the two travelers with an informal party at hei .. t%.<',- '.'>.....;., ......+..",t t.,>. ..'\./. .... J r.r, :4.../ .$i..':'." ,
following, bride's iern by the hostess. enjoyed the ocean trip, the native straw market and swim- home Lake Santa Fe las. t!< ;"".:;','''.. ': :..::'<< ..$' ,,' !:r":':1
at Nassau beaches. on .... ." ,,'r.' :'.;<, ... .).f' _: : ''i
hosts at the Gaines- Guests included the bride-to- Miss McClamr o c h "
parents night feting ;: ;" 'f 1t 1. :;\
ville Golf and Country Club. oe, her mother, Mrs. Davis; and Dr. Mehta. Guests were
Miss Mrs. Harold D. Wallace, Mrs. limited to members of the fame 1
Luncheon honoring
Glenn Hamilton, Mrs. Fred BaughanArnauNuptial
Pepper, bride electof ily.
Nancy \
Smith, Mrs. Joseph Becken, 0ttSe
John Carswell, Hazelwood,
baugh, Mrs. Marshall Watkins,
N.C., Mrs. John E. Merrill,
Mrs. Sidney Godwin, Mrs. John BACK-TO- ets
Gainesville Golf and Country: Plans Set
Club. Payne, Mrs. Harry Philpottand SCHOOL
Buffet luncheon honoring Mrs. Donald Hart. I 110 (F
Davis Aikin wedding par- This evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wedding vows of Miss Jane only attendant and Joseph I!I SPECIAL
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Gainesville Sun Friday, August 28, 1964 i

Now 1 I i 'Le Grand' Charles Boyer \

Disney I ii I I I I I I I"'! I I I I inni( II itI ,


Dreams Of'CalArts' Celebrates 65th BirthdayBy I i iI


BOB THOMASAP the actually did very few ro
c auwsuakThiayswtHope Movie-Television Writer roles; 'Love Affair' was I
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Walt HOLLYWOOD (AP) Many I "I and it remains one of my RKET
Disney is a man who usually men mark their 65th birthday i ." I I i I : ji W m '
gets what he wants. Witness his by retiring from their life's ing my he made movie i p.. ]iif'p i I''I 'li I i ,Lckten I.n
longtime dream of Disneyland, work. Charles is celebrat-! *'
Boyer "
MakeHollywood to many of the great fe- ..MlNirDRIVENr5HOPPNG MAAkITi
now beginning its 10th year. to ing his 65th by costarring in a tors stars Gargo ("Con- D

Walt now shares a dream with movie and a television series are "), Dietrich ("Garden of _

other Los Angeles civic leaders.It simultaneously.It an "), Davis ("All This and
concerns a school which Better seems incredible that Hollywood's too"), Bergman ("Gas-
would be devoted exclusively to version of Le Grand "), De Havilland ("Hold
training young people for Charles could be 65, but he is the Dawn"). But always OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!

achievement in the arts. It a man of action, as with
would be located on a dramaticsite Fare for Touristsc Napoleon in "Conquest." NEW LOW PRICES
Buster argued."I
overlooking Hollywood and has worked all! his adult PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
the full sweep of the Los An- ed Right now he is appearing GAINESVILLE STORES

geles basin. ( ) PETER New York BART Time movie still requires a certain Keaton has Rock Hudson and Leslie 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.
The concept is called Cal- By tour- amount of privacy and, exceptfor his in "The Favor." On his 3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave.
Arts, short for California Insti- a wide open action scenes Can't | off from the movie he 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW ]{th Blvd.
ist attraction, Hollywood's mov-
tute of the Arts, and it is aimed rate most directors don't like a lot in "The Rogues" the 4105 NW 13th St.
ie industry must certainly of strangers standing around. ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. & 441
at doing for the creative field series which he
as one of the world's great dis HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW tr Main
what Caltech does for science. appointments. Hundreds One young director, Tony Ri- HOLLYWOOD (AP) "I partner David Niven (and WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
The present plan was not Walt's !of thousands of tourists swarm chardson, has even gone so far could retire mighty easy," says Young) are making for -
as to expel from the set the classic comedian Buster Kea- Four Star Productions.
idea but it jibed with a concep--into Hollywood each year hop- still
usual melange of agents publi- ton. But his ALL BRANDS King Size _
public or
tion of an art school he had long ing for a glimpse of the glam- maybeit's he will always go on work
cists and newsmen who have Filters
won't let him.
been mulling. He became a orous movie world but all they been ) Boyer said "although a
always granted squat-
Buster bought a retirement
trustee and is now devoting ever see are the forbiddingwalls ter's years ago I decided to do
sovereignty.A home in the San Fernando Val-
much time and effort to furthering of the studios and the Uni- he the things I enjoy." CIGARETTESCarton
the manicured hedges of the stars'estates. couple of weeks ago at ley with the proceeds from his
project. versal, one group of touristswas film biography but he see* less
Phase No. 1 is "The Cal-Arts walking near an outdoorset of it than he'd like. The reason:
Story," a 15-minute film that Only a few V.I.P.'s are favor- of "The Art of Love" justas The revival of the Keaton art RENT-A-TV
ed with a tour inside the stu- James Garner about to
outlines the dream. It will be was continues to flourish.
shown Aug. 27 to civic and in- dio walls and even they rare- be guillotined. The efforts of His silent features, with noth- $269I
dustry leaders with the world ly get but a fleeting glance at director Norman Jewison to ing added but a musical score, TECH TELEVISION I
a flesh-and-blood star. the look of 122N.W. 16th Ave.SUBURBIA.
premiere of "Mary Poppins." evince proper ang- have been drawing crowds in
The short then will be handed At long last one major studio -uish from Garner were nulli- Europe. Buster owns 10 of the
over to organizers and fund- Universal Pictures, has fied by the screeches of delight -:old comedies, plus numerous
raisers to aid in their campaign."Our decided to show a little more from the tourists. shorts and plans to release!
hospitality to the movie going "You just cannot put a man them abroad and in this coun- DRIVE-IN
idea is to create a school public-and also make moneyin to death under these conditions GOLDEN RIPE
that will avoid the bigness and try.He's THEATRE
the process. Jewison complained.If busy with new films, too.
the specialization of a university Last week Universal broke directors are less than eag- He just returned from New TONITE & SATURDAY AT 7:30
," Walt explained over lunchat [ground for a new 10-acre, mul- er to face an onrush of tourists York where he starred in an BANANAS10c
the studio. "Students wouldbe ti-million-dollar visitors village the stars generally are 'avant garde movie for Samuel I II
exposed to a crosspollinization -that will serve as the nerve even more reluctant. Curiously Beckett "Waiting for Godot. THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER!
in all the arts without hav- center for an ambitious tour though most performers relish Now Old Frozenface has stucka v I }, 1 TOST PICTURE

ing to take a number of aca-[program.For their fame, many have devel- feather in his pork-pie ht andis t..a. I LB.
demic subjects they will get a the price of $2.50, Uni- oped a full-fledged fear syn- playing Chief Rotten Eagle in I I
bachelor of fine arts, and if they versal will offer tourists a 2\i drome when it comes to any "Pajama Party," a new concoc- Tom
want a bachelor of arts they can hour tram ride around the 410- sort of public exposure. tion from the makers of the .
and finish the acre studio grounds, including "There is something about
go to a university beach-party pictures. v? FULL
requirements."The demonstrations of make up seeing a star that can trans- Another recent assignment: ? : ; Jones HALF QUART

ideal thing would be fora set construction and costume form an ordinary group of tour- working up comedy routines for 41 j -
into the school design. The studio will also ists into a nasty mob" observed -the Ice Follies."I EASIMAII OIOR s w.lls ram loran TOPPCOLA
student to go and out provide sets that will permit'. one movie luminary. tried to convince the boysto .
interested in art come their
the tourists to photograph be comedians
first and
talented musician. The exposure 7.30
as a CofC
spouses or children floating in State skaters second, but I failed,"
to a variety of endeavorsis a balloon, piloting a jet or be- Buster sighed. TOMMY

important" in the creative ing chased by a Frankenstein Sets- Meeting And he has made a lucrative

life. monster. JACKSONVILLE (APThe sideline of television commer-
Cal-Arts already has the basic There will be a special res- State Chamber of Commercehas [cials. While in New York he appeared -
structure of two longtime Los taurant and hotel for the visitors in BOTTLE
scheduled its annual meet- a Keystone Cop sequence 6
Angeles schools the Conser- as well as a mammoth ing at Jacksonville Nov. 1517. for Ford trucks and he COLOR 3 9cCARTON

vatory of Music and ChouinardArt parking facility adjacent to the Louis Finske of Jacksonville, has huckstered for headache I AUNrvERSA RELEASE re."...
School. Divisions of drama, Hollywood freeway. chairman of the program com- [remedies and other products. PLUS DEPOSIT
the dance and other arts will Universal officials have been mittee, announced the site and'. .
be added later."CalArts running experimental tours all date. He said 500 leaders of bus
will have a lot of summer and are generally iness and industry from all over j: BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
scholarships for young people of pleased with the results but Florida will attend. I ALAN
still haven't been ableto ,
talent who couldn't afford to attend they solve one important prpb-, Market J all new "Mister Sandwich" is
," Walt added. "Even those EggJACKSONVILLE
lem. Though the tourists are
who can afford will need to delighted to see all of the var- (APNortheast now open. We invite you to come down to
have talent. We want no dillet- ious sets and demonstrations, Florida Egg Market pricesto

tantes." they still want to see stars actually retailers: ( from Univ. Station BOTTLE
our new shop across :7 9c
Would Walt Disney be on the making movies. This is Extra large 51V4-54, mostly 53; I 6 CARTON
faculty? a perfectly logical desire but large 49-51, mostly 50-51; medi-
' "I'll talk to the students, if not an easy one to satisfy. um 38-43&, mostly 41; small Post Office) and try our specialty. I'Mr.Sandwich's" PLUS DEPOSIT

they want me to," replied Dr. The business of making a 28V4-30 mostly 2930.Caftftiaqe2teafelt6o.w.
Disney, UCLA '62, honorary. own Roast Beef in natural gravy

UShakespearian Ft o Display truly the most delicious Roast Beef in town I

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Next to hearing a voice he recognized full well askingthe llf:' ; .i.... a '
new approach
< was nec- % \
biggest question of his life some months ago, the ,<':<-,/.A-'jt
occupant of this space generally is not overwhelmed by :

surprises.But Emphasis is on conditioning ;

he got another one yesterday with a delayed discov- for some 20-25 minutes dt the

ery that Percy Beard resigned as Gator track coach some start of each workout. Regular k

two weeks ago. calisthenics and special exer-

It would be remiss not to seize the opportunity, late as : cises are designed to stretch leg a aS

it may be, to doff the topper to one of the finest gentle- muscles.

men this or any other world of athletics is going to know. Then, early breakdown drills N

The University of Florida still is making its mark in the are featuring more running and

world of athletics as far as major activity such as foot- I & little if any, contact. Pass of-

ball and basketball is concerned. Traditions may not be Cs fense and defense, kick in g

great in number but one that is sure to remain will be : drills, blocking sled action for aa1rA.

the image cast by Beard as a representative of the school. ; interior linemen and backs : v ,

all with the .... a
final picture in .;::r- ----------

A Victim of the TimesQuiet mind of toughening leg muscles. COULD BE IMPORTANT PLAY IN GATOR ARSENAL THIS SEASON

Quarterback Steve Spurrier (11) Shuffle Passes to Fullback
New Series Larry
spoken but sharp minded and with a keen eye ........ Dupree
The new series of drills
for talent, Beard has been a victim, in recent years, of the QUARTERBACKS IN PASS DRILL ed turn-

press of other duties, aside from actual coaching, for one Shannon Fires to Spurrier (11)Mira up a shortage of coaches for
one spot field goal and place-
kicking. So head Fischer Pitches
And for another, he has had to stand by and watch a -- -- mentor Ray
Graves into the
flood of fine home-grown Florida track talent go to other r stepped breachto
cover that
pastures, mainly due to the fact that book learnin' has 1 post.

not been a No. 1 trait of the young giants who run faster 1 Last year's field goal ace

jump higher and throw things farther. r Bob Lyle of Haines City is And

Academics has been a bigger barrier to Sunshine State working along with Pensac o 1 a Mates Blast

cinder stars of recent years in the high school ranks extra pointer Jimmy Hall

almost than such things as a four minute mile, 17-foot Don Barrett and John Preston.

pole vault and 60 foot shot put. .s Beach Barrett is an end from Vero By MURRAY CHASS i front. The upcoming four games Jimmie Hall scored the tie-
Beard is in athletics in his dual and Preston a huge sophomore
highly respected college
tackle from Associated Press Sports Writer two tonight and one each Sat- breaking run in the Twins' ninthon

roles as business manager for athletics and assistant director Columbus Hank Fischer, who had failed i urday and Sunday will be the a double steal and a throwingerror

of athletics. It was inevitable that of the three hats Ga.Hal to last two innings in each of his 'last between the contenders. by Chicago catcher J. C.
he wore so well, the one that he would have to hang Seymour, Starke's contri-
up four Baltimore holds 8-6
Friday August 28 1964 previous starts, pitched an edge. Martin. Hall had singled and
to the UF
is handling
first would be as an active coach.I squad, three-hitter al Milwaukee Fischer
as Milwaukee gave a advanced to second on a walk to
remember the day two years ago when a delegation punting duties with assist- meled San Francisco 13-0 quick edge against the Giants, Bob Allison. When the runners
of visiting Japanese Olympic officials toured the UF cam- 'ance from so ph quarterback and the !
Thursday night. 24-year-old righthanderused tried a double steal Martin
to Beard's self designed track. Steve Spurrier. Seymour, much ,
pus study asphalt Japan
it to
great advantage.In threw the ball third
heavier at 198 pounds, appears The American League-leading past base,

destined for a banner season at Orioles were idle, but they open those previous four starts, permitting Hall to come

Will Have his specialty. a vital four-game series tonight Fischer didn't give the Braves a Minnesota added two more

Jimmy Jordan, soph halfback I.with the Chicago White Sox chance to build a lead for him. runs in the inning on Bernie All-

from Tampa, showed unusual .I whose 5-2 loss to Minnesota 18 Runs en's single and Ed Fisher's wild

quickness and ability to break I.Thursday put them one-half He was battered for 18 runs in pitch The game had been tied

To Wait Turn into the open in the offensive game behind the Orioles. four innings in the appearances, 2-2 since the fifth when the

passing patterns. The teams played a four- running from Aug. 2 through White Sox rallied for two runs
game series last weekend with 15. on Pete Ward's homer and Mike
"Holler Guy" Baltimore winning three times Hershberger's run-scoring sin-

i Boss Ron Pursell, Tavares, vying and moving from one-half game The game was the only one in gle.
Says for a linebacker post, bids to behind the White Sox to 1% in the National League. In other Detroit trailing 4-2, rallied for

is troubled by excessive rainfall this time of year and with take over as a "holler" guy American League games De- three
.. runs in the eighth inning
the Olympics an October event, the Japanese were much I and is generally in the forefront troit nipped Boston 5-4. and Los
((15th In a Series) lie Krueger, safety man Jerry of all Angeles bombed Kansas City 7- against the Red Sox. Jerry
interested in some form of all weather track.It activity. 1
ST. MARY'S Calif. (AP) Lumpe tripled in one, and Don
Mertens and halfback Bill Kil I 1.
would be hard to convey the admiration and respect Emphasis will continue on Demeter knocked in the other

shown by the foreign visitors for the UF's track coach. George Mira, the exciting mer. Colchico had two knee ope- speed and reflex action. B team i Fischer received strong sup- two with a double off relief
II ace
rookie from Miami
Beard's accomplishments as an athlete, first; a coach, rations. Both Krueger and Mert- coach and head scout John MINNESOTA CHICAGO port from Rico Carty and Woo- Dick Radatz. Fred Gladding
wait his turn
have to
second; and just a fine fellow all the time, need no elu- is going to had knee Eibner, who watched opening abrhbi abrhbi dy Woodward, who each drovein
ens injuries and Kil- halted a Boston threat in the
with the San Francisco 49ers Versalles ss 5000 Landis cf 4010 four
cidation here. game; foe Southern Methodist in Rollins 3b 4030 Buford 2b 4000 runs. Carty ignited a six-
The University of Florida is much richer for 27 yearsof cause the No. 1 job belongs to mer suffered a severely fractured -the Mustangs said Oliva rf 4000 Rob'son If 4 0 0 0 run first inning with a homer eighth inning, retiring Dick
spring game, Ward 3b 4121 Stuart
Killebrew If 4000 on a grounder with the
having Percy Beard around. And, as they say in that John Brodie. leg in an auto crash in the trademark of the SMU clubis Mincher Ib COO 0 Hansen ss 3100 and later tripled in three runs. bases loaded.

familiar song that is something nobody can deny. Jack Christiansen, the former 1962 and missed all of the 1963 speed, agility and quickness. Allison Hall cf Ib 4220 3110 McCraw H'berger Ib rf 3011 4010 Woodward climaxed the first-in

assistant coach who succeeded Battey c 3221 Martin c 4010 ning outburst with a three-run Joe Adcock's 300th career
Graves did not indicate Allen 2b 4022 Herbert p 2010
Caught on the RunJack Red[ Hickey as boss man after yesterday Grant p 3000 Wilhelm p 1000 double and knocked in anotherrun homer was one of three for the
whether he would hold a Totals 34 5 10 3 Totals 33 2 7 2 '
..... the third game of the 1963 sea Probably the top rookies are with single.. Angels. The two-run blast off
controlled ,.. ....
type scrimmage t Mlnnesotl" :.7..r.T :'CM CM 003-5
i Harper, halfback from Lakeland worked out in son, reports that Brodie has Mira, end Dave Parks of Texas Hurricane 0- Chicago .................. GOO 020 000-2 Kansas City loser Diego Segui
morrow. Cleo c o uld Drives In Pair
shorts yesterday and drew murmurs from onlookers by been going real good for the Tech, the No. 1 draft in the entire E-Versalles, Hansen Martin DP- highlighted a four-run second

I the fierceness of his running in the drills. For a person 49ers and has taken charge. National Football League prove nlans for a disruption the weekend.to practice Chicago Minnesota f.2BBattey.,. Chicago. LOB-Minnesota 5, Hank Aaron drove in a pair of f inning. Willie Smith and Lenny

just recovering from a strength absorbing (mumps) ill- Brodie missed most of last sea- md linebacker Dave Wilcox of Hall, Allison.. S-Worthington.HR Ward .(18), ....SB-... runs while Lee Maye ended the Green also connected for Los

ness, Harper is coming back fast. son because of a broken fore- Oregon. Lee Grosscup, who has IP H R ER BB SO 16-hit barrage with a homer in Angeles. Adcock added two sin-
Grant 7237 2 2 2 2
All expected freshman scholarship players reported this arm suffered in an auto acci- been making the rounds since Aslie GladHe's Worth'ton W, 5-3 1130 0 C 0 1 .. the eighth. gles and another RBI.
Herbert .... ..... < 5 2 2 0 O.
he left New York is
week excepting Charles Faulk of Dublin, Ga. Faulk mar- dent. getting a .. ,
6-8 2 1.3 5 3 3 2 2
Wilhelm L.
i ried during the summer and decided not to attend school. Christiansen is a practicalman look at quarterback. Fisher ..... ...... 2.3. 0 0 0 0 1 UUu...7........... ......-..-..-.-..-..................................-. .......

There has been definite change in football training circles do Seeded WP-Fisher. T2:22. A-10,354. :II' .' :: : ._ ::: :.:.. ':jT:
a who realizes he can't ReceiversBrodie's DETROIT BOSTON .:: ::;- .... ...:.. ..
as regards dependence entirely on isometrics or weight any overnight miracle job on a abrhbi abrhbi I r'"M
for athletes. The thought is that there must receiving corps Includes Wert 3b 4220 Jones 2b 4131 I I
training new that finished with a 2.12
Clyde Conner, Bernie Casey In Lumpe 2b 4132 Horton If 5031 : ;};
be a balance involving calisthenics, isometrics and weights. record last season. Injuries did Tourney Kalme rf 2100 Y'trz'ski cf 4011 1111I : fg'E
: Kay McFarland and ro- Demeter cf 4 0 1 2 Stuart Ib 5000 l
i That is the new pattern. However, LSU, plagued by knee cripple the 49ers in '63. Insteadof okies Bob Poole of Brown If 4120 UThomas rf 5120 :;" :

injuries last year, scrapped isometrics for a return to the cleaning house and calling in Vern Burke of Oregon State Clemson and SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP)- Cash Freehan Ib c 4001 4000 Mafcone Bressoud 3b IS ,5 5021 0 3 0 .

1 tried and accepted method of climbing the stadium stairsto Christiansen is hop-' Arthur Ashe said he was glad M'Auliffe M 4 0 00 Tillman c 4110 AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE
new troops,
Parks. Without Brodie last year, Sparma p 1000 Lamabe p 2110 L. Pet. G.B. W. L Pet G.B.
strengthen those vital muscles. ing the men who were hurt last the to hear he was seeded eighth in Fox p 1000 Mantilla ph 1000 Baltimore 77 50.606 Philadelphia 77 49 611 -
Now that ex-Gator Frank Lasky, trimmed by the New to their 49ers were last in the leaguein the U.S. Tennis Championshipsat Bruton ph 1000 Chicago 78 52.600 Vj Cincinnati 70 56 .Si6 7
year will perform up passing and 11th in Gladding p 1000 New York 72 53 .!76 4 San Francisco 70 58 5/7 <
York Giants, has been picked up by the San Francisco running.As Forest Hills. Totals 34 51 5 Totals 40 4 It 4 Detroit 68 63 .519 11 St. Louis 68 58S'P 9

potential. I Detroit .................... 001 OCO 130-5 Minnesota 64 44 .500 13'* Milwaukee 65 61 .516 12
49ers, the old college rivalry of Miami's George Mira and with so many clubs in the "It means a lot more pres- Boston ..................... 002 lit 000-4 Los Angeles 66 64 .500 13Vj Pittsburgh 64 63 .504 13'*
Lasky has become a "teammate" situation. It is under- Veterans NFL Cleveland 62 66 .484 l5'# Los Angeles 62 63 496 U"
runnning backs are a sure for me, but that's good. E-Brown. DP-Detroit 2. LOB-Detroit Boston 58 71 .45C 20
stood there love lost between the two gridders eith Included in that category are 4, Boston 12.2BBrown. Chicago 58 69 .457 19/i
". was no problem. The 49ers have Don You expect a lot of pressure if Lumpe, Demeter L. Thom. Washington 51 79 om 27Vi Houston 56 72 438 22
defensive end Dan Kansas City 48 80 .375 29'Yesterday's New York 43 84 .339 34')
in their high school or college days. But they're togeth- veterans like
er Lisbon at halfback and J. D. you want to get to the top," said as. 3B-Brow Lumole. Results
1 er now, for better or worse. Colchico defensive tackle Chari Smith at fullback. Behind them Ashe, a 21-year-old Negro from Sparma ......... 32-3' 3 3 2 1 Minnesota Detroit 5. Boston 5. Chicago 4 2 Milwaukee Yttterday's 13 San Francisco Results 0
...... .
Fox w. 3-2 31-341 1 0 0
I the best are Mike Lind, hurt last Richmond, Va., who is the firstof Navarro ......... 2.3 2 0 0 1 1 Los Angeles scheduled.7. Kansas City 1 Only game scheduled

year, rookie Dave Kopay and his race ever named to a U.S.j Lamabe Gladding ................. 71374 11300 4 0 1 0 1 1 Only games Today's Games Philadelphia. Today's Bunning Games 14-4 at Pittsburgh
Detroit Aguirre 3-7 and Regan 5* at Gibbon 9 6, night
North Marion Kilmer who still isn't to Radatz U 12-1.. 2.3 1 1 1 1 0
Powerful ,
up par. Davis Cup challenge round Lee
i Ritchie .........1 00 0 0 1 Los Angeles Newman, 10-7 and D. Los Angers Ortega 6-5 at St. Louis
$-A or Oslnskl 2.3 2 twl-nlght Sadeckl 15-9 night
team. WP-Sparma T-2A2. A-7MO.
Big Bob St. Clair, back for his Cleveland Siebert 4-5 at Kansas City San Francisco Perry 19 at Milwaukee *
i Ashe is LOS ANGELES KANSAS Pena 11-12 night Lary 3-3, night
seeded CITY
in the
12th year, and Len Rohde are abrhbi abrhbU Boston Kmonbouquette 1-11 at New York New York Fisher 915 at Chicago Et

i the offensive tackles backed by Meadow Club Internationalgrass Green If 3 2 2 2 D. Green 2b 4 0 1 0 Downing 10-6. night Isworth 1214
Washington Daniels 6-10 at Minnesota Houston Brown 2.13 at Cincinnati Nux-
Coming Along in Drills Walt Rock. John Thomas andLeon court tournament and Power 2b ss 5000 5010 Charles Causey ss 3b 301Fregosi 500 0 Kaat 14-6, night hall 8-7, nightTomorrow's
Chicago Peters 14-7 and Buzhardt 10-7
Smith If 4231 Colavito rf 301 0
Donohue start at guard plays sixth-seeded Charles Pa- at Baltimore Bunker 14-3 and Barter Games
Adcock Ib 4133 Gentile Ib 301 0
sarell of Puerto Rico in 8-10, 2. twi-night New York at Chicago;
and Bruce Bosley is the center, today's Knoop 2b 0000 Edwards C 3000 Tomorrow's Games
North Marion's Colts defend. Will Whitener top a list of players -! Torres 3b A 1 1 C'p'n'ris If 4000 Philadelphia Pittsburgh
backed by Frank Morze. quarter-finals. Ashe is ranked Clinton rf 4121 Mathews cf 4010 D'trcif at Los /rgeles N Houston at CincinnatiLos
Suwannee Conference grid hurts from bruised' Cleveland at Kansas City Angeles' at St. Louis
Suwannee sixth nationally, Pasarella 10th. Rodgers c 4010 Segui p 0000 Washington at Minnesota San Francisco at Milwaukee
champs and a strong favorite to calf muscles to sprained ankles. Left End R.Brunet Lee p 1000 2000 Alusik Santiago ph 1000 1000 Chicago at Baltimore N
"It's P p
a funny thing, Ashe
Boston at New York twi-night Sunday's Games
repeat this season, are coming Miller said Doug Mitchell has Karl Rubke has been playing said. "I'm seeded fourth here at Tart'bull Har'l'son ph ph 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Sunday's Games New York at Chicago

along in drills, Coach Stan Conference looked sharp at quarterbackwhile left end on defense but Colchico Totals M 711 7 Totals 33 1 6 1 Detroit at Los Angeles Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Southampton but seeded third at Cleveland at Kansas City, N Houston at Cincinnati, 2
Toole said today. Hallie Priest is well will take over when ready. Los Angeles ......_....._. 041 000 101-7 Washington at Minnesota Los Angeles at St. Louis
doing "
Forest Hills. Kansas City ............... 000 000 100-1 Chicago at Baltimore San Francisco at Milwaukee, 2
The Colts, in pads since Mon Roundupwell at guard and Robert Head at. Clark Miller at the other end E-None. DP-Kansas City 1. LOB-Los Boston at New York
and and Roland Lakesat
day, have been working out oncea fullback.At Krueger Angeles 5. Kansas City 11.
( W. L. Pet. G B. L. Pet. G B.
other Americans are seeded in 2B-Smith 2 Clinton Mathews. HR- '
day at 3 p.m. Toole has been Trenton, Coach John tackle complete the front Adcock (17), Smith (I), Harrelson (4). Orlando 35 25 ,583 Jacksonville 82 55 .599 -
the U.S. championships, Dennis SF L. Green. Tampa 34 25 ..5761 Syracuse 10 57 JU 2
encouraged by the play of tested I Rowe is placing emphasis on four. IP H R ER Ba SO St. Petersburg 34 25 .576 Vi Buffalo 71 59 .544 rib
veterans 235-pound tackle in drills to date. Bobby Ralston, No. 2, and Chuck Mc- Brunet W. HI.... 423 4 1 1 4 5 Ft. Lauderdale 31 30..508 4'/ Rochester 73 62.541 t
t McCallum tackle and linebacker -early season con d i tioning. Three veteran linebackers Kinley, No. 4. R. Lee ........21-30 0 0 0 2 Miami 27 31 .464 7 Toronto 70 6S Jit 11
Bobby Gibson, 210-pound tackle "We're doing lots of running Segui L. -12 .... 1 54 A 0 0 Sarasota 26 31 .456 7'iJ' Columbus 58 78 .424 try
Wood end Wood is playing this year for the' Ed Pine, Mike Dowdle and Matt Ashe got past the third round '' Sanders ......... 2 21 1 0 0 Daytona Beach 24 32 .42f I Richmond 53 78 .426 73V
Roger Ashley he said. Hazeltine the regulars 'I' Santiago ......... 4 51 1 1 3 Lakeland 22 34 .39:! 11 i iI Atlanta 48 86 .351 32'4
and the entire backfield featur- first time after attending another are Thursday by beating Graham Bowsfield ........ 1 00 0 0 2 Yesterday's Results Today's Games
school the past two seasons.' Rowe said the Tigers are trying backed by Bill Cooper and rookie Stillwell, E n g 1 a n d's junior Wyatt ........... 1 1 1 1 0 1 I Miami at Lakeland. ppd rain Toronto at Rochester
ing quarterback Terry Bolinger, at Beach Buffalo at Syracuse
to in and with 23 HBP-By Santiago (Brunet) WPBrunet. St. Petersburg Daytona
halfback Sandlin half McCall get shape Wilcox. champion, 6-3, 9-7. I T-2.34. A2.599.NL I Canceled. rain Columbus at Jacksonville, postponed,
Danny said he planned no
candidates out, have an unusually Orlando 3. Sarasota 211 innings hurricane
back Robert Stone and David scrimmages this week. He has Jim Johnson and Abe Wood Ralston, considered Ameri- I Fort Lauderdale 3, Tampa iToday's Richmond at Atlanta
large "I had nine GamesSt. Yesterdays Results
squad. just
Cason. trimmed twice a day drills to this time Rowe son will play the corner spots on ca's best player on the basis oi .! Petersburg at Orlando Buffalo 11, Toronto 3
a year ago, Beach Jacksonville 4, Richmond 1
the Forest Hills and Sarasota at Daytona
r Toole reported the new Colt's, one, 5-7:15 p.m., and will returnto said. defense with help from Howard a 'Fort Lauderdale at Tampa Atlanta 3. Columbus' 2
field still is being worked on. normal after school workoutsat Williams. Mertens and Kermi' hair of victories over McKinley, BoxesNight I'Miami at Lakeland 2 Rochester 2, Syracuse .

Lights and poles have been de'I 3:30 starting Monday when Serious work is to start todayfor Alexander will be the safeties. will take his No. 1 seeding
I Trenton which has been bolstered -
livered but not erected to date. classes get under way. with Bobby Waters, formerly a against Martin Riessen of Evanston -

Bids are being asked on 60 feet. Lone Chiefland casualty has I Browning by, the 6-5 return end-quarterback of Holton quarterback, and Elbert Kim: 111., seeded fifth, in another Cam I Great new taste:

bleach of todoy's quarter-finals. SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE
of pre-stressed concrete brough as reserves.
been starring back Lee Smith. candidate. Senior Browning akrhM abrhbi
'I Ralston advanced by beating Hiller 3t>> 4100 Carty If 3224
ers.The He injured his back last track played as a sophomore but skip- Harrison of Richmond Lanier 20 4020 Maye cf 5231 tobacco
Colts do not have a home, season and likely will miss a ped football last Bitsy Mays d 3 Aaron rf 4132 pipe
the fourth contest of jear. Seeks Third Va., assistant squash and tennis Peterson Ib 0111 Kolb rf 1 101 I c
game until game or two this fall before re and Harold Cepeda Ib 2000 Mathews 3 4 010
the By then the football Jimmy Slaughter coach at West Point, 6-2, 63. Pagan rf 0000 OelaHoz :3to 10001 I r
season. covering. Lancaster, a fine pair of half- McCovey K 3110 Bailey c 4221'
layout at the new school near Crandall c 1111 Torre Ib 4110 i I in filtercigarette
is expected to be com- Williston's Sammy Miller reported backs, have sparked Trenton Series Title J-AJou rf 2010 Menke ss 3320 a

Sparr pleted. his hard-luck Red Devilsare drills, Rowe said. First Tiger Given Dulaney Halter Davenp't c-tt ss 3000 3111 Woodw'd Fischer p 2b 3118 4124 I!! I IPPE

saddled with injuries. scrimmage is due next Tuesday. WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) Bolin p III 0 iOIULS l s A lrTR tEAAEnt
Shaw 1 111
Fine ShowingAt Gary McDonald, Ronnie Stew At Newberry, Coach Archie Monterrey, Mex., will be Tops LeagueGwen JVLAtou ph 1000 !

Chiefland, long-time Indian ens, Francis Crawford and Bankston has scrimmaged the Snider Totals ph 21131 1111 Totals I* |j u 11 p
mentor Doyle McCall is a glow Panthers the past three days. going I after an unprecedented Dulaney topped the Cepeda awarded first bas on catch

over the showing of transfer There 30 candidates for third Little League World Series Newcomers Coffee League at ors Interference. r
are pos ... .
San Francisco .. ... ... *Ot *e* OOi- 0 ,
quarterback Dennis Zeleznik of King ReportsKINGSTON itions and injuries have been at championship Saturday when it Palm Lanes with a 573 series. Mihmwka ...........i. tat 004 Hi-11E

Palatka. a minimum to date, Halfback meets Staten Island, N.Y., in She had games of 175172226. -Miller. Lanier, Bailey. Torre. DP- You get pleasing aroma.and. a great
San Francisco 2 Milwaukee 3. LOB San
Zelemik, a six-footer who R.I. (AP) Phil anda -
had 367
Tommy Sanchez reported withan the tournament fmais. Phyllis Wright :a Francisco 2. Milwaukee 3. new taste! The secret It's packed withAmerica's

i weighs 160, has pepped up theIndians' King, traded by the New York,' index finger in a cast due 199 high game while Shirley -Carty 2B-.ron.(14k Woodward.May (f).36-S-Carty.J. AIou.HR best tasting pipe tobacro-

attack. He working with Giants to the Pittsburgh Steel- to a summer mishap. A ninth- Both teams won close victories Hester hit 515. Fischer.
IP H R ER II SO famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half
Wendell Corbin, switched to ers two days ago, reported to grader came up with a pulled in the semifinals Thursday. Team No. 11 had a ,%3&Q .ser- Borne, U5- ....... 13 5 6 6 1 1

" halfback this year. Corbin is big- the Steelers training camp at ankle muscle but otherwise the Monterrey edged Mobile, Ala.,, ies and an 816 high game. Shaw Pregenzer_._.?.,..-..42-34. 3 7 7 0 C 5 0. 2 1 and Half Filter Cigarettes!

. t ger and faster, McCall said. End the University of Rhode Island Panthers have conditioned well 4-3, and Staten Island eliminated -, Lucy Hodges made the 5 10 Fischer, W.10a .. 3. 1 3 MLIIIo 'Y9Jad t/4/r a Nwlae/(4ia)3'i

I I Sam Swilley also has shown Thursday night., ,1 I this week. Tachikawa City, Japan, 3-L split and Norma Simpson -7-9. I 12,127.WP-_ Boibv. Presenter 2.. T-2.14. A-

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'1AJ 1'1'He SWING Game-type scrimmages are ers."Smith is probably the most .
\ on the docket tonight for area improved lineman on our .,

t.tf I football coaches, providing Hur- team, and Cole is doing more .
? UKrug 51ARf \...\ ricane Cleo keeps her treacherous than adequate job." t
OF;: YOUR BACI<' wn''c:,. path eastward. iw Looking Better
NOT aJU'&1" A wE I6t-r .
/ACTION ALONE, IT The Hurricane's accompanying The fact that his forces were
HOULP Be AN ARM rains hampered drills yes- showing good hustle put a smileon
AMP GWB MOVEsMBN" terday afternoon and sent play- the face of Starke coach
AS &/
-THREE WELL GdME JMTOALL ers scurrying inside for black- Dave Hurse that the coming of
I PLAY AS- -fHE SAC6Wjt4G )(- board sessions. i .l the hurricane couldn't erase.

\ SE=GIN6. Cleo caused Jim Niblack a "I thought we looked a little

few worries, but the GHS coach better today," Hurse said. 1
5 cue. GAUflIONV'ONC'f went ahead and had the Hurricanes Hurse was impressed with the
rfANP AND Dennison (L) and Mike Gibson"I
WA6et.% FORf0D work on all phases of the efforts of Tommy Thomas, a
J..ON A PERIOD. + kicking game. letterman senior tackle. "Thomas thisItsa
utLttvr-1'IP NOt 1 11'0 GReAl" i! I "We worked on everything think Norman is becoming]ta Fe was able to get his daily is looking real good," he
a real team leader, and this'session in before the rains
-reNSIOrnP' concerning kicking, Ni b 1 a c k ,
1" said. fact, in addition to the great,came. said.The play of team captain Jeff
Impressed natural ability which Norman Roberts had his forces work- Warren and sophomore tackle !

1f Niblack was impressed with already possesses, should make ;ing on offensive timing in a Jim Godwin also impressed

,the efforts of Eugene Branch him a top-notch quarterback." .dummy scrimmage. Hurse.
r and Mike Gibson in this phaseof The statistics that the Lincoln i Roberts said he devoted yes- "Warren is looking good as sensible

..:: I football, but noted improve- coach keeps for his own refer-,terday's session to preparationfor a linebacker on our 5-4 defense
ence served only to fortify his a public scrimmage to be .
1 ment needed to be made in centering and Godwin is looking good fora
I II the ball back to the kick- point. I held at Rebel field tonight. sophomore.The .

IL Last year Anderson was All- Most ImporvedThe future course of Cleo is man.
I er."This seems to be our glar- Big Nine North for his play at I Rebel boss praised the efforts -causing the Tornado mentor .

ing weakness, and we will haveto quarterback, completing 86 of, of guard Charles Smith some concern as he said the
do a lot of work here," Ni- 105 passes for 905 yards. and center Jimmy Cole. game-type scrimmage slated for
black said. Beats Rains Roberts said he considered tonight probably would have to

tfARookies "We are planning to arrange Coach Charlie Roberts of San- Smith, a sophomore, and Cole, be postponed. F'- _,
Fire tonight's scrimmage so that AI. __
..antl this sensible
both the varsity and Gunga Din: is a cor.

B-squad can play 60 minutes of 'Old Look' Colts Q ,'' 0
football," Niblack said. StampedePast
To the FrontIn The GHS boss plans to have

his varsity scrimmage 30 min-

utes, and then repeat the same
procedure again. 'New Look' RedskinsBy This man will buy a SIMCA

Rich TestBIRMINGHAM "We plan to do almost every- because he is sensible.

thing the do in a ,
I except the way coaches you will call game the BOB GREEN Green Bay, the Cards winning Saturday's NFL schedule has The SIMCA is the most logical

Mich. (AP) Others were 70 and over, in- infractions, and there will be no Associated Press Sports Writer 20-7 and the Bears losing 21-7. New York vs. Philadelphia at (and exciting) buy for many

Oakland Hills' tricky hump-I I cuding all the hotshot favor- kickoffs," the GHS coach said.! Washington's Redskins ar Detroit, unbeaten but once Princeton, N.J., Green Bay at reasons! It handles like a dreamon
backed greens and rookie ites. Drove Us In I supported to be a new look out- tied, is expected to use ex- Dallas, Pittsburgh vs. San the highway and in heavy
I fit.: But they've won only one of Brown Milt Plum against Cleve- Francisco at Omaha, and Min-
hold the today as Coach Mike Gutierrez of P. K.
nerves answer Hold Up? traffic. costs only $1595* ..has
four, which is not new. This is a land in the Lions' home game. nesota at Los Angeles. The AFL
the game's greatest golfers con-I Can the Archer Yonge found his happiness mar
youngsters The 4 doors and plenty of room for 5
bad Browns, now 2-1 and again
thing. has New York vs. San Diego at
tinue their bid in the second Devlin and Sikes hold under -red as the rains came again to
round of the $200,000 Carling the terrific of up such partially curtail his afternoon Baltimore, on the other hand, getting stand-out running from Atlanta, Ga., and Houston vs. people. luxurious leatherette
World Championship Tourna- ''a rich tournament pressure? workout. has an old look. Like Johnny Jimmy Brown, will have quart- Oakland at Las Vegas, Nev. interior. .33 miles per gallon

ment. Can the big name players "The rain drove us in the gym Unitas. He's looking like the old erback Frank Ryan back in ac .warranted for 5 full yearsor
Johnny Unitas. This is a very tion. Ryan sat out last week's I Air Conditioning 50,000 miles by Chrysler
The unfathomable greens took Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, for part of the time, the PKY
their toll of the greats but the Ken Venturi and Tony Lema boss said.However. good thing. 42-7 victory over Pittsburghwith "FEDDERS Motor Corp.
Unitas, guiding light in Baltimore's a sore shoulder.In .
untried the rains slacked
nerves of the youngstersheld solve the intracacies of the 1
firm as 24-year-old George greens which proved so frustrating and the PKY coach was able to National Football AFL Add central air conditioning to Quite simply, the SIMCAis
Archer, a pro of less than a on the opening day? run the Wave through 40 min- League championship years in In the American League, Bos- hot air central heating Or the best buy.
year, grabbed the first round Palmer, who led the so-called utes of controlled scrimmage."We 1958 and 1959, had all the marks ton's Patriots, defending East- have both installed at big
or the Unitas of that era Thurs- ern Division champions, will try I savings.
lead Thursday for the $35,000 just practiced runningour
Big Three with a 70, needed an Are sensible ?
day night as he directed the to a nine-game exhibition
first prize with a record five-un- 8-foot putt on the final hole to offensive plays against actual -, snap
der-par 65. defensive situations, just Colts to a 41-14 exhibition rout of losing string at Buffalo, 1-2,I
finish level with par, tied with
Only four players broke Oak- nine others for frfth place. like we'll have to in a game," the Redskins.Two while Denver, with new quarter-I Ray French'sAIR

land Hills' par 70. Three of Gary Player, bunched with the Blue Wave mentor said. TD Passes back Jacky Lee, plays Kansas CONDITIONING and
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other was Jackie Burke Jr., the said: "any man who could! be the eforts of several boys inyesterday's passers Unitas in, one the of game the most, connected feared day night action. 714 N.W. 23rd Blvd. 2-3705 I .

Texan. sessions. ,.
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Guard V. G. Hodsdon and on two touchdown passes and Is Your Present Auto Ins. '
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was driving single point.A I
Sikes, 24, and Burke were next, and Covey Johnston appear I '
but I missed seven greens andcouldn't sellout crowd of 45,016 FR 2-2561
Main St.
to possess the potential to 204 North
tied at flUor Cross
putt. betas good as they want to be. jammed into D.C. Stadium in I ( AJfHCJ
Venturi, the National Open Co-captain Steve Tuttle won Washington for the game and!,i
winner admitted he i .Slate lox,destination chorgt and eplicnot selves eddlltofiol.
was com- the praises of the PKY coachesfor saw Unitas get the defensive
pletely baffled by the rolling his play at offensive halfback help that was lacking lost sea 1109 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 376-4582 ,

Leaders greens of the 6,907-yard layout while defensive safety Bil- son in the game that opened a I

BIRMINGHAM Mich. (AP- ,after he fired a 74. "These" ly Ganong also stood out. full, 11-game weekend exhibi-I
greens; really got my number, for the
Top Prospects tion major
in the
First-round leaders $200-
Venturi said.Orlalldo. Coach Jesse Heard of Lincoln I
000 Carling World Golf Cham- pros. GAS WELL
pionship: found more serious things than Four more games are sched-

George Archer 31.3165Bruce Is Cleo to worry about as he learned uled tonight -two each in the:' _
Devlin 33-35-63 two top notch prospects were National and American Football!

Jack Burke 35-34-39 moving. "Ira Lee Wake and Leagues and six are on tap

Richard Sikes 36-33-fl New Leader Alonzo Boston were two boysI Saturday. I

Jerry Steelsmith 35-35-70 considered top-notch pros- Top Game
36-34-70 pects," the Lincoln coach said. i iI
Joe Bob 36-34-70 After WinBy Heard described both griddersas I The top game tonight has the
Cardinals and defend-
St. Louis
possiblities of his starting
37-33-70 !
Howie Johnson 34-36-70 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS eleven, and said the fact that ing champion Chicago Bears,

Ed Furgol 36-34-70 Orlando took over first placein they were moving would defin- each with a 2-1 record, playingin B BRING THESE COUPONS FOR THESE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES
i itley hurt his grid prospects for Chicago. Both have played i
Dave Hill the Florida State League '
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Bill Casper 36-34-70 abbreviated by Hurricane Cleo. The Terrier mentor attempted' FRONT END SPECIAL 6.95 II
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/tJ;: f- '. IN DEBUT AT U. OF MIAMI -. .. ,.

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>," :. .,"; l 1" "i ";:li'A'.. > .\ p.:;';:'':,1: Tate Caught in Whirl of v Misfortune I

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MW Ji "'v., ,: By BEN FUNK Two promising linemen were tem, Miami's first opponent,1! If there are breathers, they'll Swan has shown flashes of! In the line, only the center !
A nS Q $1' t. : MIAMI (AP-In the year of suspended from school for disciplinary Florida State, was allowed to come in the latter part of the passing ability. I spot is well manned by Norman t
;; jf :;:., his debut as head football coachof reasons. start practice a week earliera season. The first five opponentsare Tate was hardest hit by player Blanchard, Tony Saladino and
i. ,J / i a major college Charlie Tate And, finally, eight players we I situation causing Tate considerable Florida State, Georgia Tech, losses at the end positions. He John Matlock. ,
; 1 feels like a man "trying to puta dropped for cheating on final ex alarm. California, Pittsburgh and Indi thought he was "in perfect shape
: {: team together with trading'aminations,- a blow that Tate I In his intensified search for there" until the veteran Bob With Banaszak, the elusive
stamps." 'said "cut the guts out of the talent, Tate and all his assist- ana.With 'graduation of the leg- Werl and Jerry Daanen, one of Russell Smith, Bob Barth and 1'

; .'f, Charlie had no sooner hung up'team." I ants will say goodbye to their endary George Mira, one of col- the most promising sophomoreends Bob Domke, Tate has good running !
yd his hat after arriving at Miami I On the first four teams at the, wives Monday and live with the lege football's great all-time Miami had seen, droppedout talent, but he's keeping his _

from Georgia Tech when Lady start of fall practice Monday,' squad, day and night, for two passers, the Hurricanes will of school. fingers crossed because both I.,
; r y < -/ !I Luck turned him a cold shoulder Tate will have only six seniorsto weeks. have a sophomore and a junior Uncertainty Banaszak and Smith are injury

and strange things began to work with 16 juniors and 29 "We've got to get ready rightoff college transfer fighting for the Uncertainty clouds the tackle prone. ,

j jf i happen. sophomores- the bat," Tate said. "They quarterback role. positions with the graduation of I "Maybe," he says, hopefully,
f i I First two key linemen and a "Interesting""It'll say the schedule. is the lightest Bob Biletnikoff, the sophomore Dan Conners and Rex Benson. "our luck will change."
back were wheeled into surgery. Miami has had in some years. "has a'lot of potential as Graduation also stripped the I
1 Tackle Bob Brown was oper- be an interesting season, but in our condition it will be a runner but still must prove team of most of its experienceat
I ated on for a slipped disc, tackle I'll[ tell you that," commentedthe pretty darn tough." himself Tate said. The transfer, guard. i!
}yrs former No. 1 assistant to
j (: John Andreadis for a calcium
.j deposit in his leg, and quarter- Tech.Coach Bobby Dodd at Georgia ON GRIDIRON THIS SEASON j4tarMntt1a
z r I' back Rick Swan for calcium in
jI his passing shoulder. Andreadis "This will be the youngest,
I then left school. greenest club in my experience.'

Pulled Muscle In desperation, Tate launcheda Livelier Game ExpectedNEW ;
; nationwide search for junior 1 1to
Pete Banaszak, who can run college transfers to fill the gaps, p Ass't.Cheese Cold Cutsand Cut

inside with any fullback in the but he isn't sure yet how manyof YORK (AP) College only on certain downs proved Backtracking from the severe Order. Also a
nation when he's healthy, pulleda those signed will actually re- football this fall may be a trifle unworkable and unpopular.The I substitution limitations immedi- Variety of SaladsTo .
hamstring muscle for the sec- more confusing to the ordinaryfan general opening day for Go.Attention
port.Fullback ately after 1952, the rulesmakers
ond straight, year and had to John Putnam, who is
but it almost certainly will practice Sept. though a few reached the
J HARD-RUNNING PETE BANAZAK---- hobble through spring practice transferred to Miami when Har- be better from technical teams have been able to make year point
I i Big Man in Hurricane Grid Plans with one good leg. I din-Simmons dropped football, standpoint and likely it will be a early starts under a NCAA provision where a full team a coach any now time can the clock send in is
4 already has strayed from the which .teams
swifter, livelier game.That's permits to stopped. When it is running,
1 corral. Putnam, who led Hardin- mainly because of the begin practice two weeks before each team is limited to two substitutions
Defending Riverland King Simmons in rushing, has movedon 1964 changes in the rules which the first day of classes or 16 at any one time.
to Drake University. top. just short of a complete'days prior to the first scheduled

m Starting Over revival of the platoon system: game. Navy, for instance, had k
which was abandoned in 1952. its first workout Thursday. Livestock Producers!
"With our player losses, and
'J i Bronson Lacking in Depth the need to find replacements When most college teams re- Scattered GamesA
Y somewhere on the squad, Mon- sume practice within the next few scattered games are
few days, they'll be operating scheduled as early as Sept. 12 -
day will be just like starting If you have hogs or cattle! to
.'1 Defending Riverland Confer Ron Brummitt Is pleased both 1 from Gilland brothers George spring practice: all over-and under a substitution rule which among them the season's first sell now or in the future pleas
ence champion Bronson seeks with the efforts of his squad and I and Don along with Wayne Al- with a game right on top of us,"I permits the use of two or three nationally televised game, be- contact one of the buyers at
depth for 1964 as Coach John the new grid field which will lison, a transfer from rival Mel- Tate said.Because. I units and the liberal employ- tween UCLA and Pitt. Most col-.
1 Rutledge survess the E a g 1 es' give his squad a home base this rose. The Hornets will scrim- of earlier opening of' ment of specialists. Last year's leges won't start playing until Copeland Sausage Company and
I i chances in a second week of year. ,mage next week. Blocking drills classes under the trimester sys-I'rule permitting free substitution Sept. 19. give them an opportunity to

j' workouts.In I Joe Hathcox and Ronnie are being featured now. buy your livestock.

i pads since Tuesday, the Brown have been backfield Collins, recuperating from a
Eagles have a hard core of six standouts while Johnny Steven recent operation, said the first FSU TestingMiami COPELAND OFFERS YOU
to eight veterans who will haveto and Ronnie Alford have looked Riverland loop meeting Is at
; carry the load. Other candi- good on defense. 7:30' p.m. Monday at Hawthorne MilEY 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
dates are inexperienced. I Brummitt said lights are up High SchooL Plays
j Rutledge said backfield ace and sod down on the new 1. Cash market every day.
Area officials will attend to
1d i Bill Schossler Horace and Mor- field. Items such as a backstopfor TALLAHASSEE (APThe"
2. No
interpret rules changes, Collins I Just tell us how much 2j
: ris Moody have been playing ( baseball) and a Scoreboardare Cas" cash 24 .
Florida State University football need to old You Monthly" You Monthly'
said. Bell has indicated it you pay
well. The Moodys have grown being sought. Also, a drive return to Riverland may at :squad has started working out bills, for home im. Receive Payments Receive Payments 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.
I up to 195 for Horace and 186 is under way to secure dona- play, on Miami plays as fall practice provements, car re$185.00 $11.00 428.00 $25.00 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.
least time basis in
for Morris. Ends Leslie Jordan tions of lumber so the schoolcan on a part !continued for the Sept. 19 pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
football. The Bulldogs season seasonal expenses.
and Steve Bird also have looked construct bleacher seats. droppedthe 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
sport last spring due to lackof opener against the Hurricanes. Phone for prompt, CALL COLLECT 462.1011
t strong, Rutledge said. Rule i Coach Bill Peterson had the courteous service. fjymtnts include interest and principal.
Eligibility .
., Johnny Griffin is playing I manpowerAt offensive squads testing Miami
oj quarterback although. lacks At Hawthorne, Coach Bill Collins Melrose, Coach Carl Herr- defensive plays and vice versa LOANS UP TO $600IIIBIIJ CLAUDE PHILLIPS O PRESTON POLK
experience but his showing is has lost some hopefuls to ing has worked 27 boys this in Thursday's spirited drill.
I commendable, Rutledge said. the eligibility rule. But the week although an Injury cost The freshman squad moved NORMAN VEECH
i At Cedar Key, the Sharks' Hronets are getting fine efforts the services of veteran half-
1 the ball against the top two defensive -
I back Larry Price for the sea-
varsity units, causingsome UI 8@.a
son. consternation on the field. FINANCE SERVICE, INC.-....
f AL Discussion Price broke his leg in the i Peterson announced that he of Gainesville

first practice Monday in pads. I wouldn't try the two-platoon system 204 S. E. First Street .... .....'....FR 64661 COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA
Another player, Carson John-I this fall, after all, because
try, suffered a badly bruised le didn't have enough experi- -9

Finally SlatedThe knee. enced players. ., .
Herring said that Butch ATwood Instead of going Into some-

I halfback; and vets Jim thing that will require four
t BOSTON (AP) At long last, meeting Is set for Sept. 9 ]Forehand, an all conference teams, he said, he will go bad H RAMBLER AMERICAN
r after considerable discussion, in Boston. At issue is ((1) the J pick; and Don Allison have to the three-team system he ha ,
looked good in drills. used in the past The announcement
consternation, unfavorable pub- sale of 80 per cent of the Yankees -
1 Rain is hampering the Mustangs' was made to visiting spur t
licity and some apparent infighting for four decades the dominant .I drills, Herring said. writers Thursday. BREAKS ALL.TIME SALES RECORD !
t the American League team in baseball to CBS, I 1

i: powers that be are going to get for $11.2 million, with option to

'c together face to face and discuss buy the rest in five years, the END Of SEASONCLEARANCE Rambler buyers get biggest choice and best trades ever!II II
of York
the sale the New sale to become final in November -
I Yankees'to CBS. and ((2)) the constitutionalityof
the conditions surroundingthe
I Wfcat's more, says the Columbia -
sale, which have been
Broadcasting System, if ildoesn't ques- 1.
tioned ]by Allyn and Kansas City S.a
J come out right, they'lpull NOW IN PROGRESS .
Charles 0.
owner Finley, the
I out of the whole affair. Big savings in theY
only dissenting owners in the Compact Economy King I
k > Just what prompted the meeting American League.The I Rambler American! I

I is questionable. sale was approved by >

( The Yankees, in a formal eight 'of the 10 league members SKIS and ACCESSORIESTa M v.

| statement, said Topping "wishes in a telegraphic poll conductedby
to make it known that President Cronin. Finley and Allyn
I Cronin has acceded to his have contended that a meeting i
request that a meeting be calledto should have been called to discuss 50% Discount

resolve any possible doubt as the sale.
to the validity of the transfer.
Allyn, Finley and scores of I I
.; And, In Chicago, Arthur Allyn, columnists, newspapers and national /,} Aw 0
: president of the White Sox and magazines have adecried Bciird's I
f an outspoken critic of the sale, the sale as putting CBS as a Marine
suggested the meeting was television network and baseball
called 'as a result of.a telegramhe owners in the position of botha I

1 had his lawyer send to the buyer and a seller. The sale 601 S. MAIN ST. Now it's official! More people have already bought the Rambler,you want-from a huge choice of styles,
counsel Ben also had drawn attention from
American ,
Fiery. League' the U.S. Congress as a possible I Plenty of Free Parking Rambler. Americans for,'64 than were sold in any other colors, equipment and with glamor options like bucket
I violation of the anti-trust laws. entire model year! seats, consoles, floor-shift transmissions and the rest.
I Joe Cronin, American League But it's you-and Rambler buyers the country overAnd every model gives you Rambler's famed extras at
1 president who had once declined j who can cash in on this all-out, end-of-season celeno extra cost-Advanced Unit Construction, Deep-Dip
I to call such a meeting, said it bration. Right now you can make the year's most excitrust proofing, to name just a few.

was his own idea. IT'S BACK TO 'OOL TIME I ing, most saving buys-not only on thrifty AmericanCome in. Look over all the Ramblers. Take advantage -
but Classics and luxurious Ambassadors,too.
Best Interest on roomy of the year's best savings while we're going great

BE ON You'll get big, big trades and irresistible deals on just guns-and get your buy-of a-lifetime on a Rambler now!
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DEAR ABBY: About a year ago, I hired a. nice-looking, lunch. Do I have a problem}) ? / I'M GLAD VOU /-r A55 MIGHTY TN' I'M SURE.I

III middle-aged woman to live in and be my housekeeper. is JUST MARRIED I UKEnVfCANHAVE. t1 / HCRSE-SP1TTABL5, TERRACE? VJOtfT.AM : IT'S 6'1

i r immaculate, refined, efficient and pleasant I pay her $40 a -DEAR JUST: Yes, bat not because you can't. pack your A- P!! \ I MAM-BUT KIM WONT V STORIESTOTJ.'GftI"UWD" .
'I month and she takes only Sundays off for church and visiting husband a lunch. It's the way your neighbor packs_ her ,..-... > r, / ANYTHING V AH THINK VORE SNEAK OFF// r

friends. When she refused to use my electric dishwasher be- = slacks! Tell your neighbor that you would enjoy her visits W PLACE r I HERETO /.*OFFER ON/ER> -. ''in-nrfr-i r Lr

cause she "enjoyed" washing dishes i in a dishpan, I let it either before lunch or after, but not during, because you wantto Z '10'GOT S WANT/ QUIETLIKEGHRPl5APIBaOU6HT> ? P .. r

go. But she doesn't use my vacuum cleaner either. She says lunch alone with your husband. fI 'Io t HERE,, P SX JII.

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pliances. Not even the electric juicer, coffee-maker or can DEAR ,ABBY: Every now and then I see letters in your

opener. My husband says either she is "cracked" or she column from brides desiring to avoid the presence of relatives' n

1 doesn't know how to operate these things, and is too ashamed brats at their wedding. They inquire if it is proper to add "No ..... t ass

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hurts me to see her do things the, hard way. Should I say invitations. Invariably you say it is not proper to add sucha

) ; something to her about it, and insist she use,these appliances, message, which, of course is good advice. I am remindedof q
or should I keep quiet? a cousin of mine who could have used your advice 35 years I.

'.-, MRS. S. ago. At the bottom of her wedding invitations was a post

'' 'I And if husband script in her own hand, "No children expected." COME OVER I AIN.T
I j ; DEAR MRS. S.: Keep quiet? jour says I SHUX-AN'
anything to her, HE'S "cracked." == : YOREUHCOFF )

i : my neighbors is young and good-look IN MY CHILDREN" should have signed herself, "DISAP AN'-LIGHTNIN'STORM? SNUFFY

t ing. She wears very tight pants and always comes over to POINTED IN MY HUSBAND." If he had had an adequatelife NHs

, my house when my husband. home for lunch. He is on insurance program during his life his widow would have .,! 1 1lr' ; -
t p a special diet so I can't pack him a lunch. Lately I have been independent. Then she would have been a welcome r J : -r-

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i O Adventures in icide, a psychology professor year-old woman to sell V n
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5:55 O (Color) Local News, marriages. Junior 'Champions Track Lee Remick, Jo Van

I Weather, Sports 11:00 O O CD News and O Invisible Field Meet.Man Fleet, Albert Salmi. -
6:30 O D 0 News 9:30 O Summer Playhouse
"Min i" is flighty
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1 causing anguish
\ 7:30 O International Show American 'family' visits ME HERE, SNEEZE AT IT/ SOME SHOTS OF YOU I-
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the SL Louis Fair at the
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and Thomas Gomez.
Carol Channing and Peter
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a crazy car, a hatches and wrecks havoc
hunting, and who is the
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I' equestrians. 11:30'O D Johnny Carson 7:00 O Circus Boy None other than Chester .

: O Movie 1:000 Broadway Goes Latin O Jimmy Strickland Good.

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new Broadway musical. 10:30 O fD Fireball XL-S competitions, taped two ing champion and war =:
at the New
Bob Hope is the host. Bar- O Mighty Mouse f ago hero, wages a long battle <

ry Nelson, Janet Blair, ,11:00 O D Dennis the York World's Jim Fair, are against hi$ craving for ...,.. A A14 c'w? a I
Roddy McDowall. reported by Simpson. narcotics. Cameron Mitchell '*
Menace li4V
min. -s 1*
9:30 O B On Parade O Ranger Hal : Dianne Foster, Paul
1 I Julius La Rosa and Canadian I 11:30 O CD Fnry 8:30; Q Joey Bishop-Comedy Richards, Barry Kelley,

songstress Shirley O Roy Rogers (Color) For the fifth year, Dayton Lummis. (One

Harmer are spotlighted.O 12:00 O CD (Color) ,Joey and Andy Williams hour, 15 min.) Wa1ir v% ,Nl i LAY LOOSG fi i I AAA RIDING SHOTS3J JON WATCHMAN STSVE, WHEN CAME THE TO BOUNTY He SAID:
have been their NOW.' Ol'fc- BOARD A CHOPPcK.STARTING
picked by CD Movie-Double -A LC F TI ALL IS CLEAR
.. (Special) Actor James O Theater X' wives to be "surprise" Feature zo : ;40' Boy ,PROBABLY TARGETOYERa GIRL PRISONER r UNDEKTHEL1NPBEE3H !
,<(< guests at the Ladies' Club 1. "The D. I." Drama / DOODLY LIESSHIVER1N3 SUB. LAW AS WELL A;
Garner is the host for this "Island of the Lost Souls. ( ; cla/ HEADED fOR A Tl+a: sTOLa'N-PROPERTyaNOLt:
golf exhibition; a curtain- Charles Laughton, Bela dinner but this time the 195T Marine drill serg- z J THE DECK AS THE MARINE THE RENObZV THREE.1WLE LIcCUT5IDE YOU ARE CLEAR FCZ'WOT PU2-

.. raiser for the weekend Lugosi Richard Arlen. boys rebel. eant Jim Moore knows COAVVIAN5EE2EDBOUNTY SLIDES uM1T. 'SUIT:! HE'S TAKEN PCWCfcS
telecasts of the $200,000 12:30 O (Color) "The Wizardof O DefendersDrama"The that his platoon isn't shap- < ', OUT oP KEW YJR RK I dyr BUT KEEP-LJSTCNINdlI YOi/RS CZY/CyT-

j n Carling World Golf Championship Oz" World's Fair Film. Heathen." At a ing up the way it should u HARBC ...
I D Mr. Wizard : meeting of the trustees atKen's and he knows why. The

old prep school, one trouble spot is Private
10:00 O B Jack Paar
1:00 Q Men. Into SpaceD of the teachers, Roger Owens >' ::7k'
\ (Color) "Tonight" show an emotionally ..e...,.
Yancy Derringer
Wesley, claims that students disturbed young man.
alumni Hugh Downs and
1:15 O BaseballLos should not ,be Jack Webb .
pre- Dubbins, ,
Dody Goodman are the -- --- -- -
I Angeles Dodgers at : --
vented from expressing< Jackie Loughery, Lin Mc-
U1 -
guests. Dody gives .
an account ::
St. Louis. .J
atheistic ideas
an opin- Carthy. 2. "Weird Woman. -
I of her blind dates. _
1:25 O Sen. Smathen
ion -
may cost Wesley (Melodrama; 1944)A )
Also a guest, songstress i
I. 1:30 O CD BaseballSan his job.
Sally Ann Howes, currently college professor goes
Francisco Giants at ':00 O CD Saturday Night at on an expedition to a tropi-
appearing on
Milwaukee. at the, Movies: (Color) cal island,where he meets t ,rSA ,
way in "What" Makes 4:00 CD Wrestling "Wild River," Ella, Ka and marries a girl who GEs

j Sammy Run? O Carling Open Golf zan's 1960 movie about has been brought up by I a B E Et k. R tiI'1J'1J' !':

W O Alfred HUchcock Championship, specialfrom I the early days of the Ten- superstitious natives. Lon -f ,',

: "Anyone For Murder?" Detroit. nessee Valley Authority. Chaney Jr., Anne Gwynne.I< i!

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my three-year-old with one of back, and cut the cord 'belowthe trip: N
.. these covers the scratches. nicely. i
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knot Girl Scouts have'an effective I
neck. It wasn't choking him but I I use a little piece of cotton
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all your clothes in on,a toothpick (it is better, thar
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I REPORT -v ln % A. LBJ A TV 'Pro'
REVIEW V'If > g-4 lnnB|| : Top !

NtUJ Unrk mimt. plot: The denouement of the meticulously plotted serial on
Late llorningN By JACK GOULD the perils of Senator Hubert H. Humphrey.

Thereafter, the President proved himself a connoisseur of

If Readers' ListingAllis NEW YORK If President Johnson ever wearies of politics the art of audience carryover. At the Washington airport, he

Request he can turn immediately to a new career-television confided hurriedly that the Senator was his man; at the Atlantic

Chal 19% Int Pap 32 producing. His sense of timing and his mastery of format City airport, he explained on his reasons for the selection and
were something to behold in his virtuoso improvisation discussed how he would
I campaign, and then he did the full-
The following market quotations I Alcoa 65% Jones&L 80% j
are requested specifically by readers i Wednesday evening at the Democratic National Conventionin length version of his vice-presidential explanation at the conven
f I Am Air 43 Kais Al 33%
of the Sun financial page. The quota- :
tons are furnished by I Am Can 43% Ken'cott 86% tion. Each chapter nicely invited the next.

Pierce Wulbern Murphey I Am Cyan 59 Lig & My 80% Going to the convention in person a night earlier than Throughout, of course, the network cameras were focused
had been expected, the President gained two full evenings of predominantly the President
Am Mot 15% Loch'd 36% on and in due course, he could
AT&T 70 Lorillard 46% prime television time, when originally he had been boostedfor not resist co-operating in one of those floor interviews.The .
'I EXCHANGEAbbott Mort Guaranty Ins 251% Am Tob 35% Mag'vox 29% only one. Moreover, for all practical purposes, he also enterprising Sander Vanocur of the National Broadcasting

Schlitz Pacific SW Air 36 Dow Jones Stock Averages : Ampx Cp 16% MM&M 59% gave three acceptance speeches-two on Wednesday and one .Company had a lengthy exchange with the President, while

Lab 2.40 39 Secur We Brew& Tr, __._ 671 47th% I Previous Day ) 2nd Hour | Anaconda 44% Mohasco 14% Thursday night. And to a program bordering on tedium in the Columbia Broadcasting System chewed its nails. The

Allied Chem __ 1.80 51% Southern Nitro. __ 2H. 835.25 I 30 Indust. I 3.18 Armour 47 Mons'to 79% depth, he applied the elementary video therapy: Shake up American Broadcasting Company was in on the interview pictorially -
t S Amerada pt 2.00 82'AJ Travelers Ins ___- 42% up Babcock 33% Mont Wd 37% the schedule. but did not contribute notably to its substance.
J Am Elc Pow 1.16b 4B. _207.01 I 20 Rails I up 0.43 Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 80% Last night in breaking another convention precedent by Earlier, the President had flattering praise for Nancy Dickerson -

Amer Enka 1.403 6OAmer AMERICAN 149.74 I 15 Util. I off 0.10 Boeing 59% Nat Dist 28 sitting in the auditorium before making his acceptance speech, of N.B.C., who had been conducting the serial interview with

If Hone _._ l.4la 67 STOCK EXCHANGE _296.7265 Stocks 0.75 Borden 75% N.Am Av 50% Johnson may have been the first president to use in publicthe Mrs. Johnson and the Johnson girls over several evenings. Mrs.
1 i) Amer M Fdy .90 18 Aerojet-Gen ---- ___ 29% I up :Brunswck 8% Penney 57% standard directorial cues of a TV production man. He Dickerson's presence at the Atlantic City airport led to a
I Armco Stl -- 3.00 69'AI Analex Corp 27% 3,580,000J I Volume I 1,600,009 Cater Tr 33% Pa RR 34% twirled his hand clockwise, which meant wind up the lull further scoop; her questions were on the beam, too.

I ( Atch Topka 1.20a 32!! Aqua Chem ---T 16% Celanese 68% Pep Cola 55% and get on with the program. Moments late he checkedhis From industry sources Thursday night, it was learned that

j Baxter Lab .36 253. Aurora Plastics -_ 24% 34 700 Westg El 36% up 1% I Chrysler 57% Phil Mor 80% wrist watch and then gave a downbeat with his fore- the President is often a volunteer TV critic, dispensing approval
Beckman In 61% Barnes Engineer 19 4 Coca Col 138% Phill Pet 53% finger.
f 32 800 Sou Cal Ed 32% up Vt I and criticism. The President recently became a
I',c Beech LF S __ 1.10 4n. Butler Shoe _-_ 10 32 400 Warner Bros P 18 up % Com Ed 54% RCA 31% The President's arrival by jet on Wednesday night came viewer of three sets simultaneously with a personal audio

i Bristol My .80 69 Chromaloy -_ 14. Con Edis 89% Rep Stl 45% just before 9:30: p.m. All research of convention viewership control board to select one sound channel at a time.If .
Brown Shoe 3.40 101 Cinerama .-__- -5-- 61 AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE Cont Can 49% Revlon 33% shows that the audience is largest at that hour. It is the the President appeared to be risking overexposure with

I, Brunswick _._ 8 8 Computer Sci __- 171 STOCKS Dow Che 67% Rey Tob 45% start of a night's watching on the Pacific Coast and is not multiple live appearances everywhere and anywhere, the
Cambell S 2.40 351 Cutter Labs A __ 15% Volume Close Change DuPont 258% StReg P 30 too late for early retirers on the East coast. thought merely reflects a lack of familiarity with Section

i I Carter Pdt 1.00a 153. Data Control __ 53 48 100 New Park M 4% up % EAL 27% Seaboard 5U4 Before the President decided to go to the convention Wed- 315 of the Federal Communications act.

Case J I -..- 20 Fulton Inds ___._ 10% 41 800 Syntex Corp 56% off IV E.Kodak 128 Sears 119V4 nesday, word had leaked from the White House that he was As of the moment that Johnson formally accepted the
I Cessna Air 1.00 29 4I Gen Develop .- ____ 5 39 300 Densn M -A- 45% up 2% Firestone 41% Sinclair 45% not overly enthusiastic about the persistent network floor nomination, he became a candidate liable to broadcasting's

I Ches Ohio --- 4.00 76 Mackey Airlines 41/a 35 800 National P 4 1-16 off % Fla P&L 77 /4 Socony 79/ interviews playing up the dissension in the Alabama and equal-time law. His access to unlimited free time as a

) Coas S Gas 29% Mead Johnson ---- 16;. 31 200 Consol Oil & G 3% up % Ford 51% South C 62% Mississippi delegations. candidate ended then, because the networks are not eager to

\ CBS _._-- 1.80b 39i ,. Pac NW Tele 22;. Frmst Da 12% Sperry R 13% Whereas most set owners could only nurture opinions on donate precious TV minutes to more than five fringe candi-

,i Comb Eng __.._ 1.20 29 4'I Philips Elec _- -.- _. 41% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Frept Sul 39Vi StBrand 76% whether the lack of interesting convention activity was leading dates besides Johnson and Sen. Barry Goldwater.

Cone Mills .80 18 Redwing Carriers .- 11% Purchases -. 266,206 Frueh Tr 32 StO NJ 85 to overcoverage of the Southern conflict, the Presidentwas Whatever the political motivations of the President's Atlantic .

'J Cont Air .__- .40 21% Ric Group _- --- 7% Short Sales __ 3,282 Gen Dyn 33 Studebak 6%. a viewer who could do something about it. He could City performances, the TV industry agreed that he had
: Contl Ins .-. 2.20 59 Sperry R. Wts. 6 Other Sales -_ --- 272,570, Gen El 84% Swift 51% get into the act himself and at an appropriate part of the spectacularly demonstrated how to beat a deadline.
,) Contrl Data 83'V. Syntex -- 561/s Total Sales -_ 275,852 I Gen Fds 90% Texaco 80%
S. Corn Pdts 1.50 55 Tampa Elec --- 257/s Gen Mills 411% Thiokol 12%

S', I Delta Air 1.60 73% Tech Measur ..__..- 201,2 PREVIOUS DAY'S Gen Mtrs 96% U Carb 117%I Living Costs Producer
r Det Steel _._._ .60 14% TWAWLS- 2t STOCK MARKET Goodrich 54% Unit Air 54V4
I Emerson El 1.00 4H. Valspar ,- no sale Advances ___.__ 630 Goodyr 43% Un Fruit 20% Hawthorne Plans

I : Fair Camera .50g 23% Declines __- --, 398 Greyhnd 24% US Steel 53 Rise BiggestIn Milk Prices
e Finan') Fed 39% MUTUAL FUNDS Unchanged _____ 282 Hon'well 124% Univ Mat 13 :
. $ Fst Chartr 1.97f 28 Affiliated Fund' 9.05 Total Issues ___ 1,310 Gulf Oil 56V4 Westg El 37% I

I FlaECst 13 I Capital Life & Gr 10.13 New 1963-64 Highs __. 41 Int Harv 84% Winn Dix 36 a YearWASHINGTON For Big Fish Fry i May Be Cut
Food Fair .90 22 I Divers Growth 9.65 New 1963-64 Lows __ 20 Int Nick 78% Woolwth 46%
FMC Corp -- 1.00 55 iII Dividend Shares __ 3.80 1 1I (APLiving)
.I Dreyfus _- 20.31 costs three-tenths of I TALLAHASSEE (AP-Urged)
Frito Lay _..-..- 41 -- rose one Burns to
I Fidelity Capit 11.20 cent in the largest Haydon Speak I I by milk interests to act
S Gen Tele _... .88 324 NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 27c per July, .. swiftly,
Fidelity Fund --- 17.92: rise in the La the State
I Ga Pacif 1.00b 55 ( ) New York TimesHigh monthly a year, Milk Commission
-- Hawthorne is expecting the thorne people closer togetherand
f Trend ._ 18.85
2ti bor Department reported today.
I Grace Getty Oil Co -__ 1.00b.10g 54% Fund'tal Invest ____ 11.09 : Low Close Net Chg. However, the increase "does biggest crowd ever up to 10- to the schools and civic pro meets today to approve new pro-

i i Curtis- -. .80 15 Income of Boston 8.61 25 Rails 142.27 141.93 141.62 Off ..062S not appear startling" in view of 000 persons for its ninth an- grams. ducer-level prices that probablywill
I lId Incorporated Inc 10.10 Industrials 845.25 832.65 842.71 Up 6.83 behavior the Now, the fish fry attracts people be lower than those now
nual fish Hawthorne
!: IBM ...___ 5.00 430 --- general price over fry on the from all over north central
50 Stocks 498.76 485.79 492.16 Up 3.38
: Tnt Min C .-.- ---- 1.80a 67% Keystone K-2 .-- 5.64 past 10 years, a spokesmanfor High School grounds next Thurs- Florida.U. enforced.It .
I 1.00 5334I Keystone S-3 ..___ 16.9t the Bureau of Labor Sta-
I Tnt. Tele -- -- S. Rep. D. R. (Billy) Mat- heard lengthy
I :cllogg ._._.._ .80a 45 Keystone S-4 -- -- 4.82 STOCK tistics said. day.Haydon Burns, Jacksonville thews Hawthorne testimony
a Ray
S T ehman CP 1.34e 29 Life Investors __ 10.38Life FLASHESNEW Sharp increases in prices for mayor and Democratic nomineefor Green, state comptroller, an d Thursday that some fast action

5), Litton In 1.98f 67% Stock Fund _.. 8.01 MARKET meats, fresh fruits and vegeta governor, will be the featured Edward Fraser, secretary to was needed to let Florida dairy
_.._ 1.00 2Ei Mass. Inv Stock 16.71 bles the main factors in
Lone S CM were speaker. the state senate, all have accepted -farmers compete with an increasing -
Marsh Fid 1.60 45i Mass. Inv Growth 8.91 the over-all July rise of the con
i YORK (APChrysler) spending in its speech at the Sidney Martin, county commissioner invitations to come. volume of outofstatemilk.
Pioneer 10.03
i i Martin .M -_ 1.00 174' and General Motors were in ac Democratic convention.The sumer price index to 108.3. from Hawtho r n e, Serving of free fish is scheduled .
McG Hill .._"_ .60a 33% Puritan Fund 9.45 tive demand as the stock mar- Associated Press This index reading means it said the fish fry began as a to begin at 4:30: p.m. Mayor
S : Mead Corp 1.70 46% Putnam Growth __ 9.45 ket recovery continued early averageof cost $10.83 in July to purchase good will gesture to bring Haw- Burns will speak at 6. Some of the dairy farmers
TV & Elec _. 8.10 60 stocks at noon rose 1.0 to for .
Merkd ____ __ 2.00a 40% --- items that could be bought
MatI Aid _...._ .80 50 Value Line Inc __ 5.70 this afternoon in moderately active -314.8 with industrials up 1.9, $10 in the 1957-59 period, usedas proposed that the commission

N Y Cent! _"_ .50g 40% Wellington Fund .- 15.30 trading. rails up .7 and utilities un- a base of 100 in the price In. Prison at 14, He'sFree reduce by two or three cents a

' Nia M Pow __ 2.00 56% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Wall Street's worries about a changed.The calculations.A S gallon the.prices they are paid
\! Norfolk W _.._ 6.00 131I Complete Vol. Close Chgs. possible auto strike were lessened Dow Jones industrial average 2.2 per cent increase in Under Gideon Rule by distributors for bulk milk.

i No Ind P 5 _..- 1.48 59 152 400 Chrysler 57% up 1% as the result of postpone at noon was up 3.18 at prices for meats, poultry and They suggested about 55 centsto
No Nat Gas 1.80 571A 77 200 Gen Dynam 33 up 1% ment by the auto union of the 838.43. fish boosted the over-all food in- CLEARWATER (AP-Frank) convicted Johnson had disappeared
' Olin Math -,-- 1.20 411% 68 300 Sperry Rd 13'/B up H 'strike deadline to Sept. 9 from GM was outstanding in its dex nine-tenths of one per cent Johnson, who went to prison at with the years. allow them some profit and

j Owens 11 G 2.50 103'. 63 100 Sunshn Mng 28% up 1% I Aug. 31.Both group, keeping a gain of well from June to July. age 14 on a long sentence, walks All of the witnesses were dead still enable them to compete in

PacG&E 1.00 31' 61 400 Gillette Co 25% unch and GM openedon over a point as it traded con- Sidney A. Jaffe, deputy as- free today, his conviction and except two, and they couldnl price with the imported milk.
S Pac Lting -..- 2.40 29% 58 700 RCA 31upl Chrysler and touchednew sistently at its newest peak. sistant commissioner of the Bu- sentence nullified. remember the incident, said
PacT &T. 1.20 28% I sizable blocks Chrysler was more erratic, ad- of Labor Statistics, said Other distributors, however,
.t 53 400 Dresser Ind 36% up 2\ reau Davis. The judge dismissed the
f ; Pan Amer A _.._ 1.20 30 44 300 Gen Pub Svc 5% unch,I highs. vancing about a point then settling the figure did not reflect any The 43-year-old Negro, now charges for lack of prosecution, said the commission should

r Parke Day _.._ 1.00 26Pennzoil ,. 43 300 Am Tel Tel 70% up % The aerospace stocks contin- back to a fractional gain. increases from the withholding greying at the temples, pleaded erasing Johnson's record. leave the basic prices pegged at
_-----,---. 2.00 37% additionally Ford lost a fraction. American meat animals from markets guilty in 1936 of raping a 16- Johnson he will to St.
41 000 Tex Gulf Sul 53% off Vi ued their rally, helped of I says go 57 or 58 cents a gallon, depending -
\ Pfizer _...--- _- -. .80a 4n 37 100 Gen Motors 95 up 1% by President Johnson's ref Motors and Studebaker were I by some producers. He said the year-old Negro- girl. Petersburg and try to find work
:: Phelps DG fl3.00 70I 36 500 Avco Corp 23% up % erence to increased defense steady. effects of this, if any, would not He waited 28 'years for the legal to support his aging mother and upon part of the state,
I Polaroid ... ---. .20 138% I show up until the September in loophole that. would give him I stepfather."I'll but let them sign special "full

Pub SV E S __ 2.60 38V4 I his freedom. I never try to excuse whatI supply" contracts with distribu-

Pure Oil _--.------ 1.60 61Ts YOUR MONEY'S WORTH dex.Despite the July rise, meat It came in the celebrated Gideon -I did, except that I was 14 and tors of a market for all their
Rayonier __ 1.00 35Tk I prices were still 1.4 per cent below I decision of the U.S. Supreme -nobody told me anything abouta
54V4 milk, and the distributors could
, Rexall -- .50b a year ago, the bureau said.I Court granting new trialsto lawyer," said Johnson. "Ican't
II Reyn MetI ------ -50 34HRich Other July prices increases persons convicted without legal blame these wasted yearson bring in any additional milk his

S Merr _- 1.00 54T/ 'Another Korea' included two-tenths of one per counsel.An anyone but me." producers couldn't supply.

,., R C Cola _.._ 1.20 23H cent for transportation and two- avid reader of legal textsin
Roy Dutch .-.--- 1.73g 46. tenths of one per cent for medical the State Prison at Raiford,
Scarle GD .90 59% Farm Home Loans
-- care. Johnson handled his own appeal
i Singer .....-.- 2.00 89 By Sylvia Porter Housing costs were unchanged and won a new trial, scheduled
I Smith Kin 1.20a as lower prices for to open Sept. 10th.
I I J Sou Cal Ed .. 1.05 32s been"U furnishings and fuel offset Thursday State Atty. Clair
I FloridaLoans
St Oil Cal _.._.. -2.00 64 While stock prices were break-I year following the start of "Ko- dollars have invested higher prices for some house- Davis told Circuit Judge B. J. Increase in
Oil Ind 2.00b 80% first rea." since mid-1950 in expanding and whichGrapefruit
St ing on the news keeping supplies and services. Driver that the evidence
5/. Sterl Drug _.._ .65 28>8 crisis in the Gulf of Tonkin 1 Industrial production jumped modernizing our industria ,I
I Texas Util _._ 1.20 65 early this month, I called a :10 per cent. Defense spending plants and many factories are tot a ling 113,454,200 This amount included a $63-
made in Florida the 180 loan to rural residents of
46- full
1.40 ca
Textron __ Wall St. financier to check on doubled. Businessmen went on operating today HardestHit
Crop Farmers Home Administration Horseshoe Beach in Dixie
31% The added strains of a
Tidewater .-.- --- who was selling and why. :an inventory accumulation spree, pacity.
I 39 conflict could easily in during the 1964 fiscal year, County and a loan of $122,000to
Trans W A thereby helping to push up the limited
"Outside of the 'boys' who Director William T. Shad- the community of Suwanneein
I 42%
l.00a investment and
Pac wholesale industrial crease business Hurtty
Union level of Cleo
, S UndAirL._ --- 1.SOb 50% are having their usual fun prices 14 cent. Corporation inventory accumulation but by ; Oranges dick of Gainesville announced the same county. The water -
important per
and is there any be
games systems to constructedin
t !. today.
48 the
.__ 1.00 and comparable to
S t Upjohn FtSii, selling by the public?" spending on new plants a splurge most FORT PIERCE (AP-Dam- agricultural agent, said 50 This is an increase of 171 these two areas will servea
Jm; Walter .._ climbed full one- early 1950s appear
\ t .70 31% I asked. equipment a age to the famous Indian River per cent of the grapefruit and per cent over the 1960 level, total of around 1,100 per
War Lamb ---- tried too obtain improbable.In
Worthintn ..-. -.-- 1.50 .461 "Sure, there always is on a ,third as industry to mid-1950 we were still in citrus crop by Hurricane Cleo about 8 per cent of the oranges he said. sons.
-j the capacity
i t Xerox ,IOn.t war threat," he replied. "Our productive the era of our post-World War, may run into many millions and had been blown off the trees. Of the total amount advanced FHA loans for other purposes
---i--- meet war needs plus huge con-
r Zenith _-. 1.20a 631 air attacks on the coast of sumer demands. Heavy borrowing -II inflation and at every level- could send prices skyrocketing, Robert George a Fort Pierce the past fiscal year, $421- according to Shaddick, included
t S..... I North Viet Nam could be in- in the manufacturing wholesale and growers reported. grower, reported 75 per cent of ,040 was loaned through the :
pressures Hurri-
: OVER THE COUNTERNEW I volving us more deeply than I markets forced a rise consumer-prices were climb Early estimates from his grapefruit crop, 25 per cent Gainesville office, Shad- Loans totaling $326,000 to
money the '
The following bid' ever before in Southeast Asia cane Cleo placed damage to and dick said.Shaddick. 50 Florida senior citizens
YORK CAP) loans ing perceptibly and steadily. of his pineapple oranges 1$ for
rates making
ed asked quotations supplied by the could be 'another Korea -in interest grapefruit crop at 50 per centor I I pointed out that under
and this 1 the construction
of his Valencia of individual
> cent
S. National I Association of Securtt.et D atrs. 11 more costly and hard to get. The Korean conflict helped accelerate 8 to per oranges creditagency's
and to of the rural
actual transactions more, oranges one
Inc. do not represent the NASD' estimate you I If "another Korea" were to a firmly entrenched were destroyed by the storm. housing units.
but are cent. expanded programs,
ef T*, ran9 within which these secwrl- "What do those who are sell- of this experience -trend. I per A total of 1665,000 advanced -
bring a repetition
also was reported Other estimates from of small -
been old (bid or Heavy damage ranged the assistance communities
)1 ties could have ing stocks fear most should we. of controls Today, we are in a remark- to finance housing for a-.
the fears
bought (asked): to the 224,000 acres of 50 to 75 per cent of the grape- in the construction of wa- '
1'S Alico Land 8. get into "another Korea"? well might be justified.But ably prolonged period of extra sugar cane in the Glades. fruit crop, now nearing maturity. ter distribution systems, a to- proximately 880 domestic farm

r ; AIner Fidel Life 22, "Price controls. Renewed regulations there are so many major ordinary stability in prices. A Hugh Wekhel, St. Lucie Coun- Some put orange crop loss tal of $2,055,650 was advanced.Integrat.ion laborers.
I 23 over instalment buying. differences between the U.S. limited war unquestionablywould at 10 per cent. Rural renewal loans to development .
; Amer Heritage ----
201.: The old<< bugaboo of a war- economy of mid-1950 and, the : threaten this stability and authorities in three
I Amer Mat Ins -- that could end it but'a Law Some fruit remaining on the Florida counties, amounting to
Life S% oriented economy govern- U.S. economy of mid-1964 i it easily repetition Minor's
I Amer Pioneer 52 ment controls. We had a big there seems scarcely a possi- i of the price spurts of trees will be scarred, growers $360,500. Pilot rural renewal programs

I I Anheuser _Busch -- 41/4' seller in here a few minutesago bility that this history would I the early 1950s also would appear Arrest MadeAn said, but tree damage appearedto In Marion Co. were launched in these
Anodyne be minor.
" CitizensBank--- __ 37 who was talking just this repeat itself. most improbable. counties.
'j, ; Comsat Corp 38COflflLt&POW8 way." In mid-1950 we were only a I In mid-1950 defense spending 18-year-old youth was arrested The Indian River citrus crop OCALA (AP- The Marion A total of $2,657,140 advanced

"Another Korea" the grim few years out of World War ;was running at a mere $13 in Folkston Ga., yesterday embraces 60,000 to 70,000 acres. County school system has inte- to 850 farmers in the

! Cowles Mag & Pb -- 11. words force the mind back to II and there were enormous billion annual rate and our I and charged with enticing Robert W. Rutledge, execu- grated for the first time since form of operating loans to pay

: I Dunn & Brdst 60I that conflict What might a rep- pent-up consumer demands for armed forces numbered only a Gainesville girl away from tive vice president of Florida the early 1900s by admittingtwo for equipment, feed, seed, live
I Firs West. Fin'd'l 9 etition of it mean to our econ goods ranging from autos to 1.7 million men. We were unprepared -home to get married without Citrus Mutual, said it was too Negroes to previously white stock, for other farm and home
Florida Gas __ 11% omy? houses. Industry also had not for a "Korea." her parent's consent. early to estimate damage. schools. operating needs and to refinance .

{L Fla Nat'l Bank 64F1aTe1e One way to answer the ques- yet had the opportunity to reconvert Today, defense spending is The Alachua County Sher Rutledge said the big grower "We have studied at great chattel debts.
( 29 tion is to review what did happen -; properly to peacetime running at a $57 billion an- iff's Office reported Vincent cooperative' has three field men the facets of this' To enlarge, develop and
"I Forrest Labs 25 here after the outbreak of production to expand and mod. nual rate and our armed forces Criscuoli, of 214 NW 14th St., in the area and he will join lengths many ," said buy family farms and to refi-

( Founders We '-A 8 the Korean war in mid1950.In ernize its plants and tools. number 2,800,000. We are far was arrested for speeding in them today to tabulate the dam (integration) problem W. W. GriffinJr. nance debts farmers received
;I Franklin We 55% a "refresher on Korea," The added strains of the Korean -better prepared. Folkston, then served with a board chairman has different $1,856,510; soil and water conservation

t Great American = lB.GroUer James M. Dawson, vice presi- war understandably sent After studying the figures warrant sworn out by Clarence -age.M.. U. Mounts, Palm Beach I ., "everybody think we've loans to farmers totaled

{ S 40\2 dent and economist of the Na- corporations on a capital spending -: Dawson's conclusion is that, H. Magee, of 201 NW 33rd County agricultural agent, said' opinions, but we of the $2,459,680.
4 Gulf Life 53 tional City Bank of Cleveland, and inventory accumulation -"Logic suggests the impact of Ave.Florida heavy damage was icCicted on come "to a meeting Rural housing loans to 365

Herff Jones .- i: 14\2 pulls together the key statistics splurge. 'another Korea' on our economy law prohibits takinga citrus groves west of Lantana minds. of in- farmers totaling $3,333,220. .
Home Ins --- 65 which permit us to weigh the Today, there are solid and would be less dramatic" My girl under 18 years old off and that the loss to the sugar II Kerry L. Hampton, son L. R. To develop community loaned recreation
and conclusion is that it would take to without the in the western part tegration Leader Dr. areas, $303,000 was -
Jar 1.linit Mkts 8" similarities and differences be- large demands for goods I get married cane crop ] and
Kennasaw Life = 12% tween now and then and thus to services but there are no malarials -\:ar, far mere than a "Korea" consent of her parents or guar of the county would be worse. Hampton, registered Thursdayfor Ocala to two residents groups of under farm the

Life of Fla __ on. judge the validity of the fearsof or manpower shortages or I to bring back detested price- dian. Punishment can range up Mounts estimated the loss at the ninth grade at School rural Administration
Lowes Company _- 191r. controls. pent-up demands worth men- wage-credit controls in our to one year in prison or up to,said it could easily go higher. Elementary School Farmers Home

Milgo Electron j 121/ Here's what happened in the tioning. Hundreds of billions of[land.: $1,000 fine. ,more than a million dollars and I Starts Monday. recreation program.

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B _______ 12 Malt Help Wanted 12 Mole Help Wanted

: : I Draftsmen full time. Permanent po- SAESMANGreat opportun! y
CLASSIFIEDDial sition. Experience In civil engi for personable ambitious goget.
neering. Drafting required. Five ter with prestige firm. sioo per
JSEEbY day I week 2 weeks paid vaca wk. plus commissions. Many
tion. Group life and Msotatiza. company benefits. Pepper PrintIng -
lion available. For appointment Co. Send resume to Box 484-
I call FR 22591. A care of Gainesville Sun._

; ROUTE salesman for soft drink HOME and commercial oil burner
-11 company. Must be bondable, age serviceman, experience prefer.
376-4672 25-38. Phone FR 28511 9 to S red. See Mr. Langford at Saunders -
: .the SUNGENERAL weekdays. Oil Co. 814 N.W. 4th St.

t. yrs. old needed for paper routeIn to work with large Eastern electrical -
I the N.E. and N.W. Sections. concern In the Gainesville
S u Wonderful experience for your area. High commissions we fur.
Announcements son. daily contact with the pub- rush leads. Age 23-40. neat in appearance
:r'z HOSPITAL Blanche Kirby, Daisy Spring- Abner Alford, Mrs. Claud a n lic prepares him for a leading role car necessary. No ex.
In his future. For more information perience needed we train
August 27, 1964 field, Mrs. Diane Gordon and Hunter E and baby boy, Mrs. Betty 3 LOST & FOUND call Gainesville Sun. Circulation Call Mr. Haney Mon.. Wed. you.and
Alvin David Pullen and I Irence Dept. 372-8441. Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between 9
BIRTHSMr. Tyler baby girl
baby boy ,
'4 __and_10 A.M trntt & F"r?..r Corp
Slater Beulah Barrs Butler LOST Transistor radio in frontof FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re-
and Mrs. Carlton Kitchens -Banes. house at the Home Show at tail clothing and furnishings. Experience 13

2305 SW 4th Terr. a boy; August 26,1961BIRTHS Garrison, Kenneth Dixon. Willie 17th Place on Aug. 24th. Please necessary In retail sell -Help Male or Female
call FR 2-1027. Reward'LOST ing. Salary commensurate with MAN
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hall, Mel- Johnson, Alice McManus, Wallet in Publix SuperMarket ability and experience. S'4 day or man from&4.S wife to team.55Irs..Apply of age at

rose, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dell, 923S. Sheila Preston, Ruby Gnssom, August 24th. Keep S $1 week. Insurance benefits. Write Cue Stick Billiards. Should know
resume to box
bills. please return wallet valu- to arrangefor something about
Reynolds, 3824 NW 13th PI., a W. 1st Ave., a girl; Mr. and George Barahona, Faye Rose, able papers & checks on Or- personal Interview. well With the younger pool & get crowd.14Sales along.

: I boy; Mr. and Mrs. James Tut- Mrs. Alva Williams, Orange Marie Holder, Howard Bishop, lando Bank. FR 6-6077. IF you have aspirations of owning

Box 215 Waldo Mr. Lake a boy; Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Anne Phillips LOST in NE Ills Ave. section a your own home, Cadillfc. boat Help Wanted
en, a boy; green & yellow parakeet. Child & summer cabin; and are will-
1 and Mrs. Elmer Sowers, 929 NW Douglas Christmas, 324 N. W. .and Ira Thompson. pet. Reward. Phone 23131. 936 ing to put out so yau can en- FIELDREPRESENTATIVE
NE 7th PI ]oy these good things in life
21st Ave., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. 11th St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. while you are still able to, or

Jasper Feagin, High Springs, a Henry Frazee, 1704 N. W. 38th POLICE, FIRE REPORT 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE the if you promotional have reached trail the in end your of World's largest organization In its

boy. Terr., a girl. Accident Roundup LAiN (I) DKIVtl; ipetldl ... present occuaption or you desire field has sale a much better than average -
opportunity ,
tent Ion to nervous or elderly. to enter a prestige profession open i in
ADMITrED ADMITTED Involved in accidents reported Easy Way Driving School. FR with membership !"n Cham- membership lence unnecessary department but Exper_

Mrs. Joann Sowers, David i Mrs. Clarice Christmas, Mrs. by the Gainesville Police 7-7002 Lie bv State of Fla. civic ber of groups Commerce.and be Country on Important Club.. will train. Openings in helpful Gain sville -

Banes, Mance Turner, Gladys Patricia Frazee, Felmcy Ford, Department and Alachua Coun- KUT 'N Beauty KURL on BEAUTY a BudgetAll SALOON should community contact the committees Professions, you Kolb and at Ocala AAA area Motor Call Club Marvin Oft'ce -.

Ring, Betty Andrews, Ehelton I Blones McCray, Mrs. Carolyn ty Sheriff's Office in the past Perm. $5 up work guaranteed Sham-set $1,50 up Baird Insurance Hdwe.Corp. in Room 205 EXPERIENCED for appointment FR 0488.
Bldg. 0:30 30
to 10
Adkins Barbara Phillips Pearl I Griffis, Mrs. Nettie Dupree, 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 A.M. : high calibre re;l
: 24 hours were: Open nights by appt or phone 376-8485 estate salesman for busy local office .

-,- --".- Kitchens., Helen Olinger, Kerry Minnie Hamilton, Harriet Fur- Ardel Walton, Melrose, at 218S Professional Is an old line legal Box No.. All 465 replies confidential.
Clayton, Myra Cirbbs, Frances man, William Adkinson, Mar y E 4th Way at 9:50: 5 TRAVEL INFORMATIONDRIVING Reserve Company with home offices LICENSED Gainesville Sun
p.m. yes- R" Estate
in Jacksonville .alesma,
and is expanding
CofC BeautyMary Dollar, Robert Kawka, Net a I Reynolds, Gary Lindsey, Ella terday. to California within 2 its operations through $100 a week drawing account.
Peterson all weeks. Need 2 riders. See Louis several states. Promotions Large volume builder developing
Brock Martha Williams Char Wadsworth Wally and
Gainesville at J. M. Fields Auto Center income unlimited 3 Ireas. Position! In Gainesville
Joan Brown will represent the James W. Squires, Palatka, but we need
lotte Commander, all of Gainesville of Gainesville; Katie George, men immediately to fill vacancies Reply to. Box 494-A c-o Gainesville -
in the Florida Crown Council of Chambersof and Joseph S. Sanders 513 NW created Sun.SALESMAN
Jaycees Leon Collins Cedar Waldo Holis Williams Orange 6 SPECIAL NOTICES by promotions and
; Key;; ; nslon.
ellP We have for
contest in Jacksonville Beach 3rd St. at SE 3rd Ave. and career sales op.
Commerce beauty Pauline Hillhouse Live. portunity, experience
Nellie Greggs Chiefland; Patricia Lake; THANK not requlned
is employedby 15th YOU for making the 1. A highly salable product but desirable, excellent
contestant St. at 5:08
The 21-year-old yesterday. oppor.
Saturday. Tuten, Waldo; Robert Wit. Oak; Roy Perkins, Williston; I p.m. 1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe 2. A market tunity for man who can work
the Florida Power Corporation. She's the daughter Towsend Alachua Beverly S. Cowden, 409 NW success It was. Gainesville 3. A generous commission & without constant supervision. Exceiient -
liams High Springs Jacqueline Linnie ; Junior Woman's overwrite
; Club HomeBuIlders
of Mr. and :Mrs.: Howard M. Brown, 1421 SW 24th St. and Ronald S. Bibee earning potential Send
Bryant, Alachua; Florence Rut-, Gladys Lindsey, Branford; Assoc ef Gainesville' 4. Unlimited advancement opportunity resume to box 566-A c-o Gainesvill .
12th Ave. She likes waterskiing, painting and danc- Rt. 3 at W. Univ. Ave. and Sun.
land, Williston; Donna Dutton, Cheryl Feagin, Starke; Lucy 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car. 5. Integrity & backing unsurpass-
ing. 22nd St. at 11:33 a.m. yes 16 Work Wanted Female
Williston; Margaret Morgan, John Foster, Starke; Lucy' I keep infants and children In my edWE

Chiefland; Harriet Wilson High Sealey, Melrose. terday. home. NEED YOU WANitu al house to WOrK as maid gene"
Springs; Lillian Griffis, Sfarke. DISCHARGED DWI Coil FR 2-5169 FULL TIME meat cutter, honest. Phone FR 9.1911.. ba"ysmer.
reliable &
Matthews Lists DISCHARGED Marshal Pickel, Annie Kelly, Ardel Walton, 36, of Melrose KIDDIE KORT. CHILD CARE person. East dependable.Side Market.Apply 1424 In 1 18 Schools &
Day or mOo Old Newberry Institutions5PEEDWRITING ;
Annie Wilder, Geneva Ho).Bitha Johnson, Ruby Harris, was arrested by Gaines- Rd. Planned programs. Pick up Hawthorne Rd. .
vile! Police 218 SE 4th at Littlewood and Terwilliger WANTED experienced beef boners BQOKKEEPIN;
at Wayat
loway, Logan Daniels, Katherine Willie Wiley, Mary Cal cn, He-, schools. Call FR 26667. and meatcufters. Call for appoint- CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING

K GoalsBy McRoberts, Betty Butler, Paul len Rowley, Mrs. Evelyn Goff I 10 p.m. yesterday and charged ment 3725351 Secretarial forming. Courses Howell's Classes now

Antipoverty ine Hillhouse, Mrs. Shelia Prid-and baby girl, Mrs. Sally Holland with driving while intoxicated TINY TOT WANTED lice garment young cutter.man for Excellent appren loge 218 W. Unlv Business Ave. Col

and not a state driv- PLAY SCHOOL opportunity. Must have completed ._ FR 6-3507
geon, Mrs. Joan Caruso and I and baby girl, Florrie Mat- having military obligations. Must be S'- HIGH SCHOOL_

baby boy, Mrs. Sandra Shank: thews, Kathleen Dickman, Car- er's license. 24 Visit SE us.th and St. FR see 4730&COMPETENT for yourself. 10" Apply In person Fla. Ath at home, free booklet, American
JIM McGUIRKSun publicity be given to the mem letic Co. 302 NW 6th St. No telv School. P. O. Box 16661, Jackson-
bers attendance of their com- and baby boy, Mrs. Lourdes: men Wright, Mrs. Wanda Par- Fire Calls mother will care hone calls.WANTED yule Fla 32216.

Staff Writer Gutirrez and baby boy. La. rish and baby girl, Mil d red At 4:35 a.m. today, utility for home children at 909 SE reasonable 1st Ave.In Phone her one second cook and one IBM machines. 024-026, limited en-

Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews mittee meetings. vonne Quayle, Ronnie Lord[,, Jones and baby girl, Marion pole afire at SE 15th St. and PB 4-4481 dishwasher.in person.Apply 615 to N Hotel.E. 2nd Thomas St.- rollment.Howell's Business classes College now forming.218 W.

I said yesterday he backed the Other reforms he favored Vera Bardin, Robert Williams,, Christian, Marguerite DuB 0 se, 12th Place. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED REP. FOR TEXAS" Unlv. Ave. Phone 3763507.
women 13 to M to
train for
I anti poverty bill because it were giving members of the It NOTICE known that OF ELECTIONBe I. TOM ADAMS, HOUSEWIVES OIL CO. WORTH CIVIL SERVICE

would send people back to work. House of Representatives four Secretary of State of the State of Florida.do Kids in school soon? Going to have Examinations For infom-gtion
Beatle Fans hereby give notice that a GENERAL some spare time? Christmas UP TO $14,000Need send name address & Phone No.
terms instead of two, and ELECTION will be held in Alachua Key Training Service. 112 W.
"I voted for the bill because year coming up before you can hardly man over 40 for Gaines' Adams St. Jacksonville.
County. Florida on Tuesday next sec- turn
forcing Congress to adjourn at around. Need extra money ville area. Take short auto trips.
taxes owed to the United States.I ceeding the first Monday in November. for gifts for those new grand- Contract heavy equipment and Real I Estate Exam
A. D., 1944. the said Tuesday being the
set time each children? We need ladies
a specific for fleet
felt the main thrust of it was pre third day of November to fill the tol- part time employment.' 20 Pus.per SW owners. Write C. A. Dicker- COURSE
son Petroleum. 534 N.
off relief Mat- year. Know No HoursNEW owing offices: week si.25 per hr. Your Ft. Worth Texas Main. ATTEND First lesson free.
to get people United States SenatorRepresentative age is no barrier if you are HOWELL'S BUSINESS CCLLt .
thews said in a luncheon speechto He also argued strongly in j in Congress for the Eighth over 30. The Professional Insur- INSURANCE SALESMAN over 21. COLLEGE. 218 W. Unlv. Ave
District .
Congressional ance Corp. office is in Poem 205 with car. Commissions & partial F Ft 6-35C7. 3723727.
the Junior Chamber of Com favor of legislative bills and I YORK (AP) Though St. Christopher medal from a Three Groups(3)1, 2 Justices and 3 of the Supre-- "- u-f. Baird Hdwe. Bldg. ant hiring A expenses included. Reply box 569- PIANO teacher available Member

merce. constitutional a m e ndments' they arrived in the dead of chain around his neck.WABCradio One (1) Judge of the Dtstric, e' representative: to 10:30 will each be morning in from or name c-o age Gainesville marital status.Sun experIence listing GMTA, ,all beginners and Intermediates -
Appeal for the First Appellate aoes 1311 N. E. 20tt
call 376-84:5 for & qualifications,
which would give each state the night, the Beatles were met by disc jockey One (1) Circuit Judges. Eighth .tat an appointment. a recent snapshot. enclosing PI or cell 37?- S3? unytlme
He cited the bill which wa LEGAL
$ Circuit. Secretary typing. shorthand "
option of apportioning one of its 3,000 very-much-alive teen- Bruce Morrow was broadcasting Governor required. Experience pre- YOUNG MAN 26 Farm Equipment
fashioned and pushed by Presi- I of State ferred. Call FR 2-8585. from 19 to 23 yrs. of high
at Kennedy Airport early secretary age
legislative houses on a system agers from inside the hotel, and I school graduate with
dent Lyndon B. Johnson, as the Comptroller WANTED experienced waitress. average or 2 ROW Allis Chambfis tractor
other than the "one personone today. Starr went on the air with the. Commissioner of Agriculture Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant better grades for full time perm- turn plow Disk cultivating out

spearhead" of a "War on Pov- vote" rule recently ruled man- Screams, shrieks and moans message: I. Attorney Treasurer GeneralSuperintendent 310 NW 13th St. Men's anent position department.as salesman Apply person-In our fit. $800 See at R t. I, Box 31*.

erty, as "taking up the unemployment assailed the ears of the mop- of Public Instruction WANTED saleslady must have Jewelry "'1 office, Wilson's Department FR 6-2231. H. H. Thomas.
slack" caused by: datory by the U. S. Supreme "Cousin Brucie, somebody Florida Public Utilities CommissionerState store experience & references. Store.

Court. topped quartet, but nary a fan took my medallion. It means II Circuit Attorney of the Eighth Judicial Inquire. Steady Lewis position Jewelry good Co.salary. WANTED plasterers work at once. 28 Livestock & Supplies

people who have apparently got close to them. The four ran more to me than almost any Public Defender Eighth Judicial Circuit I' WANTED experience waitresses 4-2532.Phone Ft.EDison Myers 59182, Fla. or EDison WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a
limousines I One (1) Member of the House of Representatives all shifts. dairyman to show us a better
from[ their plane to waiting I Larry's Restaurant.
grown accustomed to living off thing. I've had it since I was 10 1225 W. Univ. Ave. :MALE COLORED ONLY. Partor dairy feed than CPA Cooperative
welfare monies. "Forty per cent Scars in less than two min old." I County Judge full time. Preferably teach- Mills 16 pet. All Pullefed Dral-
Manager years Clerk of the Circuit Court BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS ers. Evening apPOintments. Sell Krunch. Over 15CO Ibs of PDN
of our peop'e on public relief Anybody who returned the Sheriff Earn up to $5 per hour demonStrating ing. No canvassing or soliciting. per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala-
utes.Police Tax Assessor famous Studio Girl Interstate Engine e ring Corp. chua. Phone FR 21095 or 4412105 -
are second generation welfare Gets CofC Post cordons confined the medal of St. Christopher, patron Tax Collector Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Gainesville. division. 4 openings. .
observation deck County Superintendent of Public Inst ruc. Phone 376-4336 after 6. 376-2585.
devotees to an ,
recipients, Congressman saint of travelers
was promiseda tion. MAN wanted for loc'al 30 PETS SUPPLIES
30 feet above the ground and 200 Supervisor of Registration SECRETARY WANTED Must be milk
l' said. .Bernatiflatz,34&rs meeting with Ringo and his proficient In route. Must be married.
man shorthand
\\t Three (3) Members of the Board of typ bonlable. PUREBRED and AKC Beagle!
"the chartered previous experience puppes.
|( -automation. !Conservative* ersjpstmtey-was; elected feet from'where fellow Beatles John Lennon t, Ceunty Commissioners, Districts 1, 3. experience ing. Salary and commensurate with 2135 and high school graduate age : We board dogs. James' Ken-

It ly, you could say'35,000li; weeki *: chairman of the Merchant's I:, plane stopped. Paul McCartney and George Two ands(2) Members of the Board of Pub- & Carmichael 3 ability.SE 1st Avenue.Scggs preferred.Sf. Apply 204 S. W. 5th nels.Heights.Rt Fla.1, Ph.Box 473-4958:78, Keystone
It 2:55 am. when the lic Instruction Districts 2 and 3 Ph. 376-5242.
) lose their jobs because of auto Division of the Gainesville Harrison. Judge of the Court of Record INSURANCE MANAGER Beagle puppes; AKC perfect
Beatles arrived from Cincinnati, County Solicitor CURB WAITRESSES day and ly marked from good hunting
mation, Matthews said. Chamber of Commerce. where were virtually: The broadcast was picked upon County Surveyor night shift top wages. Aptly IF YOU can meet our qualifica- line. Excell-nt pets. Phone FR 4.
workers. "It will help they transistor radios in the In Testimony Whereof I have In person. Jerry's Restaurant tions a well established life Insurance _2188! 4133 NW 12th St._
-new .
Datz Arthur Holmes drowned out by 13,000 screaming hereunto :set my hand and 2310 S. W. 13th St. company offers you a tremendous RABBITS,
he replaces crowd outside the hotel the Great Seal of the opportunity both in life fryer size, also 1 pair
young people to get a job, -mostly BEAUTY OPERATOR New Zea'and! giants rhone
30-min- wanted and health 481-
of Woolworth's in I teen-agers during a State of Florida, at Tallahassee 5'/a and accident. We are
manager days a week. Group insur- 2594. Hawthorne Bait St.
Rd. 20
teen-age girls. t'le Capital, this looking fcr a man with a good
said.Matthews the post, which calls for coordinating ute performance Thursday T the thirty-first day ef _ance.3721551.INSURANCE sick. pay. Please phone background In this field. We offer E. Hawthorne I.
I also defended the all city-wide merchant's i night. WABC said 155 girls telephoned July A. 0.. 19MTOM missions an attractive renewals salary plus com PEKINGESE Pek a poo. and

i congressional seniority system,'promotions such as the Chamber's When the Beatles arrived at a the studio, each sayingshe OF ADAMS STATE SECRETARY with typing secretary, shorthand. bookkeeper 8, ex- Write and overwrite. black$50 with miniature papers.Poodles Effie Lindsey.$35 to :'
which the most to medallion. (SEAL) perience. Reply box District Manager, P. O. Box Trenton Fla Phone HO
I i gives power hotel in Manhat had the 549 A c-o 10475 3-2442
; annual Christman Par Park Avenue (3543) t:7, 14, 21, 28 Gainesville Sun. listing name Tampa Fla giving past or HO 32313.

1: members who have been there ade. The chairman also sits i tan, scores of fans broke! A girl who identified herselfas IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT age martial status, experience & business l Interview.experience for a personl SIAMESE kittens_end stud servo

the longest, against critics who on the Chamber's 16-man Boar I I through police barricades and I Angie McGowan, 15, a highschool I IN RE:IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY qualifications snapshot. enclosing a recent Grill man can earn SOS a week. ice chocolate registered point lilac$25 up.blue Williston and 1

t would "stream '1e" it, .._ of Directors. surged against the four enter. student of 459 W. 50th St., Estate EFFIE of MAE NORRIS WHITE housekeeper companion _S.Experienced.W. 1st St.Apply behind in S person.'ars. 14 5286448._

"Congressional pro c 1Isn't tainers who squirmed away and I Manhattan turned up at the studio 55-45 mo. References.for elderly lady. Sal. $75 AKC Reg German Shepherd puppies
Deceased.NOTICE HY 6-4632. Lake MAINTENANCEVACANCIES wormed and shots Call
perfect he said, Datz has been store manag: ran into the hotel. shortly and handed the medallion creditors of TO the CREDITORSAll Estate of Effie Butler Fla. Day or night._ FR 6-6276 or see at 1206 NE i

gued that the seniority sr here for two and one hal r In the crush outside the hotel, to Morrow, WABC said. Mae Morris deceased are hereby noti- WAITRESSES and cashier wanted. 17th Avenue._ -
Apply In Sicilian
person to Aunt Jemi JENNY BURROW ( ), 3
led and required to file any claims or Large phosphate chemical' yrs.
was the best: one possible years, and has been with Sears; Beatle Ringo Starr's shirt was i How she got the medal was not: demands which they may have against ma's Ki'chen. 1614 NW 13th Sf. in central Florida has operations immediate old, $50. 5240 NW 8th Ave. Old I.
: said Estate in the office of the No phone calls. Newberry Road. Phone 372-6667.
County vacancies for mainten- .
_He did recommend that more Roebuck and Co. for 12 years; ripped and someone yanked a stated. Judge of Alachua County Florida in the OLAN MILLS ance personnel with minimum of 2 poodle puppies, male. 6 wks.
I Courthouse at Gainesville Florida within five years experience as fournay- reg. 1 chocolate; 1 black. $75.
six calendar months from the date of WANTED 6 telephone solicitors. man in the following classifications Phone 3728695.
the first publication of this Notice. Eachclaim SI.25 per hour two 4 hour sched : _
demand must be FREE kittens to good home.
or in writing ules. approximately 3 weeks work. Maintenance Mechanic: Must have
and must state the place or residence and Apply Mrs. South, Hotel Thomas thorough knowledge and experience Phone 376-9673.
post office address of the claimant and room 301.GENERAL. .. in general mamten a n c e _
SMILE! With Art Buchwald must be sworn to by the claimant his -rt, including welding, repair
32 Mobile Homes For Sol
agent or his attorney or it will become OFFICE WORK 25-40. industrial pumps piping and
I void according to law. Must be neat HS grid: experienced erlals handling uipmen'.
Dated this 5th day of August, SVi day week. Fringe ben- :er previous experience in SALE 1963 New Moon 10x60, 3
A. D.. 1944. efits. Apply 1012 S. Man St. jmicals. rock crushing cement BR. front kitchen living room

: Fail Safe at Atlantic = .'afi MAEBELLE-s-Mabelle as Executrix Bland BLAND of the Allen ALLEN Estateof DEPENDABLE 2 ences.children 2 to housekeeping 4 woman P.M.. to some care Refer.evenings for- Applicants.concentrator must be In or good related physical industry -and 0355 bedrooms after 5pmFEDERAL unfurnished.QUALITY. FR .

City & Effie Mae Norm deceased Phone FR 2-3763._ condition between the ages HOMES INC.
First publication on of 25 and 45. High school education -
\ August 7th, 1964. WANTED: Clerk typist Hich School or equivalent required. 4820 NW 13th St. Gainesville
FAGAN CROUCH & ANDERSON graduate. Alert. Pleasait. ConscI- The Company offers excellent FR 25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. .
I 212 Southeast First Street entious. Neat. 5V4 day. 40 hr. benefits including group insurance
_. Gainesville, Florida wk. Phone Mrs. Stewart FR 2- retirement. holidays etc. CONNOLLYMobile
If'{ Attorneys for Executrix 5301._ Reply with full qualifications to Home Sales. Ire 2 t J
f4 ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. you?" Sarnoff says. I ing to get through to the engi- I button. The CBS monitor shows 1 (3542) I:7, 14, 21. 28 MEDICINE STENO/ Employment Box 867 Bartow Supervisor Fla. P. O. bedroom mobile homes. Many

It the third day of the convention In he calls LEGAL NOTICE OPENING. above average skillin An Equal Opportunity Employer floor plans. 7 year financing.
was "Believe me, Paley says, neer. desperation :Bob Trout and Roger Mudd. I"The Board of Public Instruction of transcribing medical. records Drive out today. 3 miles South
in Atlantic City. People .-"my wife's in Atlantic City.i i in Walter Cronkite and says, i Alachua County Florida w!II receive, rapidly from dictaphone. High TWO reliable. must milking know how machine to take operators of 376-0571 Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
bids for the following: anti freeze school graduation & verifiable
I all the turn- "Walter know what Sarnoff breathes a sigh of relief care of pipe lines. Apply' at Carleton -
over country I
Would I have done it purposely you gas and oil. electronics shop tools electronics experience required Must relocate Dairy Farms Hawthorne.Ph. .

; ed on their sets \\canlj sat l lI knowing she was there? think of me, and you know l and turns off the movie. chain link equipment fenc!." fleet insurance and' &. Welfare Submit resume.Board, Tampa Hospital 4812308. SERVICE CALLS IJ51

I" back and yawned, and stared This is a terrible accident." what I think of you, but the Goldenson calls back 'The Sealed bids will be opened at the Fla__ YOUNG MAN wanted tor office Heating Air ,
School Board Meeting September 1 10. filing work proof deliveries. Cur Refrigeration Service
I glassily. Suddenly, as U>e an- live of everyone at this network Untouchables' and eerybody 1964 at 3:00 p.m. Persons Interested WANTED clerk cashier experience rent driver's license necessary. ContractorAny
"Don't listen to them sir helpful. Phone 374-4035.
said "From Atlantic may obtain a copy ef "Call for Bids", 40-hour week, company paid make or model window I
nouncer at stake. I want in America is back
an NBC aide whispers. "They're -' are you watchingthe and further information on thse items *50 to $250 YOURS Taking easy group insurance and retirement units and household appliances. -
r t City, New Jersey, the Colum- to fly to New York and push convention in Atlantic City. from E. D. Manning Jr. Superintendent Christmas Card orders from paid vacations other benefits. Also we clean heaters.
( out to get us because of of Public Instruction. U17 East friends relatives for lovet a S t ISO week. Contact Bill Ebersole.
bia Broadcasting System presents" what we did to them in San the button on again for the They can sleep easily University Avenue. Gainesville. Florida" name-imprinted designs. many Display Advertising Department Phone FR 2-5002 !
gorgeous money makers. Write
I a technician in New Francisco." convention at Atlantic City." again. (3576) I:28Ik for FREE Anniversary offer,

I York pushed the wroiig but Cronkite smiles a grim smile. -C:I Sample Outfit on approval. Southern -
Greetings 471 N. Hotly-
I I ton. Instead of Atlantic City Sarnoff discusses it with his "Yes, sir. Can I say goodbye: wood Dept. 122 Memphis 12. Sun.BARTI
father Gen. Sarnoff. "What do Tenn E: NDERFemale
\I he set into motion a kinescope think General?" to my wife first?" I Gas Genie :
of "I Love Lucy. Peope! in Cronkite flies up in a spec- ATTENTION
"I think it's a trick. If wedon't
-\ their homes in their
sat up ial jet plane and rushes to the i Mole or
)If get our movie on in the >
seats and shouted in joy and studio. WOMEN : sober
1 amazement. At Convention I next 15 minutes, we won't havea x YOUAREALWAYS Experienced, p leasant,
He dashes
the of
viewer in the United States. up flight Without any experience you can 7 5 to 2 a.m.
1) Hall NBC, which was monitoring stairs, a .45 pistol in his hand. earn money for your Christmas 11 a.m. to p.m. I the CBS was But it's your decision, sir. shopping by selling Avon Cosmetics -
coverage, The crazed engineer won'tlet : and ton-fries. Our Saleswomen -
,4 ContactUNIVERSI Ar. Poxin
) flabbergasted.I Sarnoff picks up the phone. him in the control roo m. : READY earn fine weekly incomes -

I, got on a phone to Robert again. "Paley' this is w hatwe're "CBS has sold out to the Yan- Earn your plus Holiday Savings expense Bonds. ITY INN

.t' Sarnoff, the NBC president going to do. We're goingto kees," he screams. money with Avon. Write AVON
P. O. Box 441,
yi for Gainesville Fla.
start the film If South U.S.A 41 Gainesville
rolling. on
"Sir, a producer shoutI you Cronkite shoots at the lock' or call FR 2-0421.

I ed, "CBS is showing an old *1 can ,call off the '1 Love Lucy' and crashes into the room. He -

" I Love Lucy' show in puce of the show, we'll call back our move fires three shots at the engineer -: WINTER with

convention." ie." who falls to the floor, and I MOBILE:

.) "The dirty double cross- "Thanks, Sarnoff. We're try then he pushes the convention I HOME SALE .1

ers," Sarnoff said. "This ing to contact our engineer: by CALL FOR BIDS

;' means war." radio now." "The Division of Plant Industry State .

He hung up and picked up Meanwhile every ABC executive -Department Building c* Agriculture Gainesville Room Florida 5See'e natural gas USED USED

: the hot line to William Paleyat in Atlantic City is gathered will, recervt seeled fedi 'for 20400 JC*.:
20 per cent Dluron granular weed ktUer. -
: CBS. around the CBS and NBC nof: liter than 11:00 AJM. Friday $495.00 43x8TO

"Paley, our monitors show monitors.. September 4, 1964.. Material to be delivered "' .
: and unloaded at Winter Haven.
: you put 'I Love Lucy' on. Un- Jim Hagerty turns ,t) Leon- V. W., ViMtnewv You hove no cleaning or adjustment problems BEDROOM

less call it off Accountant always have a full supply at finger tips.'
you we're go- ard Goldenson, the ABC pres- (5547) I:21. 21CALL you your
: ing to retaliate with an Eliza- just turn it on it's worry free.
.. ident, and says, "We have no p FOR BIDS I $1595.00 $1795.00WHY
beth 'Movie of the
Taylor "
choice sir. It's ,them NAME -
I Can Us For A Free and Estimate
Florida, Survey
Week. Pursuant to Section 86S.W.
"You PAY
the RENT?
mean doomsdaymachine
Statutes notice is heresy 8'ven that the :
.2 "Wait a minute I ,". Pal. ?" Goldenson asks.. undersigned. C. D. CUTTS..C. R. CLARK. '
doing business under the firm nam* e* HOMES
ey shouts, uthere's.been. some: "Yes sirGoldenson/' FLORIDA WHOLESALE. 14W Hawthorn FEDERAL QUALITY

mistake. We're trying to get I picked up th e Road.. Intends Gainesville to register Atocnw said.County.fictitious Florida. ,! inI5UJ! I.1! g'compuny

( through to the engineer now,I phone and .says "This is the Mid name Statvu.under the. provision at_.*w- fore- 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE.

I but his fail-safe bor \1 cn't aJj \: president speaking. Send out t'XheVnto1'ables. Dated at GataewiHt? .,Florida;thit-. t*' .
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-" .,- Friday, August 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15 1
35 Houses for Sal!* 35 Homes for Sal- 35 Houses for Sol ?

ing room. built-In kitchen fenced EXTRASPECIAL
back yard. well landscaped. $350 MSEPTEMBER 774 : kJIhi4I11IJ 'CIAIRIAIaLIOIDTiJ

PH. 372-8441 I down Phone take 872194 vp payment 1600 SE$77 23rd mo. $ 15.15 A1P IC IR I I


Will find family In this $1,000 down will move you bile
for your ACROSS
I 3034 NE 14th Dr. S Mo. Old 3
br. 2 bath C.B. this Brand New luxury home at IkkIBNeIttjRSs.1c.IPI(
charming 3
Br., 2 bath. Fla 30. Black bird
room. patio 1. Span of
home when school starts beautiful 366 N W. 16th Ave. 3 Urge BR's
Classified OnlyDEADLINES cond built In Cent.oven heat.and Large range.corner Air Ig lot carport. Price reduced 2 tile baths Urge family room years' 31. Pillage AI1RRIC.1PlI Ir11.I
Immediate central heat .. A-C. Pretty elec.
like new. occupancy
lot. Pool membership. $350 down. 4.Mond 32.Indite 5IIPSIIIHA1t1lTI5I
Littlewood Westwood area. kit. See it and let's deaL
I i $17,850 372-0688. NEED ROOM? 7.Scroll 33. Onion

Nearly CENTRAL AIR home CONDITIONING In COMFORTIn this 4 2 11.By way cl 34.Yaps [QUI1
new quiet neigh this 3 br C.B. home conven- Then let us show yu BR. RIIsUHl
Tues. Thru Fri papers-S pm. Day before publication borhood. Has fenced rear yard iently located. screened porch bath home at 727 N.E. 11th Ave. 12. Compass 36. Split pea.
For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. wall to wall carpet central air nice lot. $10900. good terms. Drive Central heat. Nice yard. Priced '
For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pm. Sat. conditioning three good size bedrooms past 915 N.W. 12 Ave. right with good terms. point S8.lsinbow '
;; two baths. Extremely well ---e--- Hautboy 40. Attired A RIMlIINIEJD'

(Minimum ad t lines) i I cared for home and grounds. 15. $300 DOWNA 14.Forming a IRIOITS
LUXURYIn <<.Theater
Ii 983. Owner willing to sacrifice charming 2 BR, 1 bath home located
FAMILY RATES some equity In this home to responsible living In this Ocala block redwood In exc. NW. neighbor counterpart box IJPICE TI5lciTIstI
custom built home Ig swim-
party. Call for appointment lot 100x125. 16.Mile
3 br 2 bath. Cent. hood. Pretty comer party 46. Twisted
Insertion ............................................... 34c fin* to see. Hugh Edwards. ming ht. over pool.3000 sq. ft. of living Exc. condition. Oak floors. Monthly Penniless
1 Insertions .............................................. 22c line! Inc. 376-7971. est. lawn with sprinkling payments enty S61. See this 4*. Comply SOLUTION OF YISTEKOAY'S PUZZLI

f 1 Insertions .............................................. 17c line g AVAIL. 1. 3 BR. 1'a area all fenced! call one for sure. 18.Agitate 49. Evangeline
Sept. bath. system. :: Mary
12 Insertions' .. .... ....., 14c line 20.
Total .md..b; r i i tg.i iies l rat CCB low down payment. $84 per Moeller FR 64471.ARCHIECT 1r1 UNIVERSITY'REAL Eng. coaSL Clare DOWN 6. Eng river7.Knbbed
"\ charge x earned B'I mo Conveniently located to try festival 1.Shale-
I x number of Insertion i oa
1 50. Southern
schools and shopping. 1408 N,E. I DESIGNEDDrive
22. Order of
peait's river
line 14th Ter. FR 2-38SS. 510 N.E. ftth Ave. 3 TV general violin bows
I Five letter words per i past frogs and 2. Ridicule
SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom. 2 bathhouse br 2 bath. Cent air & heat. Price 51. Invites 8. InterfereS.Afr.eyt
near Sidney Lan.tr and reduced. Make offer. inS N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. toads .52.S'rin 3.Roof edge
Same as 2 lines School bus line. M. Munroe Realtor g
I High on city 25. at- 4.Gem
= 8 Pt. ordinary type 10000. Can be zoned R.2. PhoneFR ONE ACRE Asso: S. E. McLaughlIn Frank' month. worm
,, g = 6-5472. With cozy cottage W of Town good Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Doug- 28. Sweet 5.Thoeelsolct. 10. Prop

t 1 12 Pt.Same as 3 fines == terms. $650000INVESTMENT jM las. 53.Youth office
type 3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned central potato ing 15. Chute

heat, stove ad refrigerator.Drive I p. I WA Jr.FRED 19. Scotch cap
: 4 lines Ii by 2503 NE 10th Terrace I
1- 1 18 Pt.ordinary type = and then call FR 65890.BEAUTIFULLY With established incomfj : rrrrrrTrrr21.&ruu.
1504 N.W. 4th St. .. 23. Knock
KEPT 15 S.W. 3rd Ave. -
1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroom 1602 N.W. 1st Ave. ARNOLD iT--- H 15 lightly

.s 5 line* and screened porch. Large corner 412 S.E. 2nd St. 24.MilkLh
824 S.E. 5th Ave. i1 -
24 Pt.Same
lot. Immediate occupancy. iT iT
type I 25.Saute
f $11,500 FHA terms. See Dick MARY MOELLER
I Robinson. REALTORIMMACULATE 26. Spawn of

RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor REALTOR 11 I If "l"'l'f': fish

I 11 W. Univ. Ave. 374-13M 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 Vh / /.' 27. Forced
3 36 Pt. Same as 7 lines BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH US ASSOCIATES ,-.u ""........ ... ..... N U / IT is If

ordinary type By investing in a U. S. Steel Home E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler Move right In this liveable lovable r"//"r" V Including

!Ii built In this area by Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 3 bedroom home situated amongshade ; iT i3 32. Gr.letter
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ALACHUA HOMES. INC. 6r trees on exquisitely land 1'6 Coagulate
4 scaped lot. Tremendous Florida z
Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one Phone 376-0630 - 35.Plunders
Incorrect Insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement lEi lEiT1II Model Home Opening every Sun. Check These room with fireplace. $15,500. No 3- "l'/ yz / "
to e greater extent than the cost of the space occupied from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning qualifying. 'l'/ Vh 37. Deck out

by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL 2224 N. E. 7th Street-3 or 4 bedroom 3T 3 ... 7 39.Resist
For QUICKIE 3S T / // /
a GIFT Stitch TASTEFULAirconditioned
Compare cost with all other 3 ,
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of 3 bath home freshly painted :
the advertisement.The bedroom 2 bath fully air cond. REDUCED TO $15,250. SMALL up this cJlWIy clown doll with 3 bedroom 2 bath 'h // 'l/ // 41. Account

I homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY DOWN PAYMENT big felt eyes home In Skyline Heights. Excel. 'f. 'f" JJ if.!. 40 41 42 43 42.Ipecac
Gainesville Sun reseves the privilege of revising or f.. TIME." lent kitchen with built-In range, f:
It < NW. 36 St. 3 bedroom. 1VS Thrill a tot with a happy clown oven. disposal and dishwasher. r" source
a I letting any advertisement which deems oblectional and to MOVE IN TOMORROW - -
:? chance the classification of any advertisement from that ordered Unusual floor plan sets this three bath home ONLY $13,750 with -easy 12 to make of a man's size Panelled Florida room charming 44 45 / ;g41 43. Convey
sock. Dress him In colors.
gay terrace. $22,000.
:. tft conform to the policy of the paper. E bedroom. two bath home apart S450 DOWN. Pattern 774 pattern. directions. property

j' ]jwuHnmnnfl1uNlinfltawllm1ullwllflnwellwlw1MwInhIllllnujmj! =uuIflnnllw11mlluJu1mnmmII from floors. others.newly redecorated.Lifetime terrazzo BuiltIn LAKE FRONT ESTATE on beautiful EASY TO OWN '4' --i--T-- 44. Tennis
Thirty-five cents In coins for .
;;; 'I Biven's Arm lust outside city ,
kitchen. $400. down Includes Easy financing Is the key to this 1' stroke
Sole Includes limits. 4 bedrooms. Tfi baths, this pattern add 15 cents f a reach clean. 3 bedroom 2 bath homeIn T -
32 Mobile Homes For I ILo..est closing. $101. per month 1$1 15.5
/ 45. Kimono
for 1st
34 Waterfront PropertyOVER taxes and insurance. fireplace central heat. air conditioning pattern class mall- the Northwest. Owner will pay
and many other desirable Ing and special handling. Send to all loan costs Only $450 down belt
prices easiest terms. largest Hugh Edwards Inc. features. CALL US TO SEE THIS : Laura Wheeler, Gainesville Sun -
376-7971 and $33 per month. Drive by 1645N ; 6-iBt
display In central Florida. 30 acres or lake front many EXCEPTIONAL HOMEI I Needlecraft I Dept.. P. O. Box 161 .W. 34th Place today. Pnn22 >> 1Qw"HffHM 47. Seeds I
We trade for anything. Free delivery bearing pecan trees. Also S fur Old Chelsea Station, New York

w up to 100 mIles.rRAIL.ER nished houses with dock and deep HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN 4 BEDROOMSCentral
MART well pump. Many extras. On home with 2 steeping porches located NUMBER NAME, ADDRESS and
Hwy. 17 Open I to 6 Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis at 214 N_ E. S Ave. ONLY ZONE. heating and air condition-
East Palatka-- Phone 328.1059 Jewelry Co.Cedar $16,000 with $1200 DOWNI ing for family comfort. 2 gleamIng 15 Houses for Solo 35 Houiss for Sola 35 Houses for Salt
baths. bright kitchen. fireplace

USED TRAILER Large living Key Shores LOVELY 3 bedroom 1M bath split more NEW fashions FOR 1965 to knit! 200 crochet designs than- In living room and 2 car OCALA block. 3 BR. 2 bath, Iro. 175 MONTH. (450 Down. NE 3 Br., THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB
room. rear kitchen. two bedrooms level masonry home located in theN avert FREE garage. N. W. location. $27,300. open-beam ceiling paneled dinIng 1 bath. screened porch. Kitchen traverse rods. S750 down pay
Plus 3 patterns embroidery
upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also fine homesites from $2250 W. section |lust inside the dolls' clothes. Send 25 S family room with fireplace equipped. Central I heat. Can moveIn $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive

i a travel trailer. 376-8361. non-waterfront from $1510 CHOICE two. three and four bedroom city limits. ONLY $15,250 with $700 cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. : IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Irg. fenced-In back yard Now. FR 22774. off 39th Ave.
homes at convenient loca DOWNI 3 bedrooms 2 baths with many features built-in kitchen. 372.3130 *r 4611483. FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA
NORTHWESTTRAILER LARGE rustic house, 200 ft. of white
Marina Locations tions. Quality construction plus VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT that you only find In more sand beach on Lake Swan at I approval you can have Imme-
SALES bonus features such as: real I John Merrill PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt expensive residences. Comfortable Melrese Phone 475-Sall. diate possession and ownership of
'" 2702 Waldo Road N.E. INVEST: facilities needed here plaster walls. fully sodded lot Book. For beginners. experts. Send screened porch and attached car. WIDOW MUST SELL 3 BR. the best value house for sale in
At J Palm Lane 3760205Ya'lfCome lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central Realtor 50 cents now! port. Inquire about the home for tile bath living. dining kitchen NEW 3 Bedroom CCB tile bath NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air
Motel Locations heat adaptable to A-C. GE sale on S. W. 4th Place for $19,000. Florida rooms. chain link fence. carport end utility room. $9.000. conditioning. Paneled family room
built-in oven and range a I 11 MULTIPLE LISTING 2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR $250 down. $45 month. Phone FR Ioining living-dining area for extra .

INVEST: accommodationsneeded brick fronts rustic gas lamps PHONE FR 2-1494 35 Houses for Sal ARNOLDREALTY 2-3355 days.CLEAN spaciousness. Electric rang
sidewalks swim club member. ASSOCIATESMARCELIA
and dishwasher. Back yard com
ship. PARDIW. pletely enclosed by 7 ft. hedge.
See our custom-made 12wides at H. BUCKHANNAN 4 Br., 2 bath N.W. phone COMPANY WITH Beautifully kept. must be seen. If Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at
10-wide APprov.
prices. DAVID ANDREWS- Multiple Listing Member you are looking for a 2 bedroom
ed Top Brands. 8 yr. financing No cash down VA.Low GR 5-4171. 1219 .W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 INCOMENEWLY 1 bath home with screened porchon 2213 NE 7th Ter

available. See Dad and Brad Lar. REAL ESTATECEDAR FHA down. JWK Jane Caldwell Pete Sieg a large corner lot. immediate -I RESIDENCE for sale by owner established
sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson Also conventional financing. PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge DECORATED 3 bedroom occupancy. $11400. See at City neighborhood.
Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Key- KEY 3841 or 3831 Troplcana. by Hugh Edwards. Bob Kalkman Charlie Mayo home with garage apartment 1305 NE 6th Terrace then phone Maintenance free Rock exterior
stone Heights. Open evenings and Move in 372-8404 Inc, has been widely acclaimed Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard renting for S65 a month. Owner Dick Robinson. Associate. Ralph well landscaped yard with open
JUST / Gainesville's most beautiful home 1 will finance. Immediate possess
over one acre heavily wooded south porch. 3 BR. t glassed
Fossey Realtor at
Lake Ann. 20 miles from ECONOMICAL living In 1,300 square in its price range. You may now FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. ion. or night 11 West 376-1359 day sleeping porch. See at 438 NE
Sunday.BUTTS Gamesvil: 80 front feet on clear TomorrowVlllAGf feet plus carport and storage. own this marvelous home completely fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio Avenue. University tth Ave. Phone Jacksonville fl.

lake. S3500 with S1500 down and Only $8.900.00 with low down payment equipped with central air fenced yard. near elementary ROOMING HOUSE Apartment forowner t-4465 after 6PM.
ISO per month. or $3,000 cash. conditioning dishwasher. disposal end Junior high schools and four rooms already
FR 6-3211. Ext. Ut Fred Bry possible. Two bedrooms built-In oven and range and screened porch 3 BR, 1 bath rented will pay for itself. Pricedat OFFERED BY BUILDER
ant. GREEN huge Florida room kitchen patio gas bar.b-q grill for only $500 down. if you qualify FHA. 12750. Convenient location.
Mobile equipment included In price. 522,300. Ask to see this luxurious See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. 1 Bedroom 2V4 bath home. LOOKCOMPARE
home at your convenience. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates Show house at 3321 N.W. 2tth
Reg. Broker. specalizing In beautiful residential area. Central HUGH EDWARDS INC. Large 3 BR, 2Vi bath. fireplace.
HomesINC. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. heat and air conditioning; 376-7971 GLADYSSMITH Avenue. Also a Bedroom 2 I pool fenced back yard. Priced
AGE. 3 miles No. of Member Listing
Melrose. Multiple
many nice features and luxury bath home at 4420 N.W. 33rd right by owner.
GR 5-2981. 635 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-2441
appointments Brick construc
REDFRANKSREALESTATE Aria T. Smith. Realtor Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone o 4410 NW 33rd Blvd.
Mabel Gore Associate FR 4-3I4J. I Ph. 376-7047
three bedroom homein
NEW 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe i
.. 19 & ir WIDES river. with Vi mile Rd. frontage. NE, convenient to school. Well 3725393Four -' -
1 also less than 3 mi.) to Hign springs. landscaped corner lot with back SWIMMING POOL screened bedrooms. 2 baths within I I
About 80 acres cleared. fram yard fenced for children. Large porch & Florida room, big lot walking distance of the Medical TOP EXECUTIVE &
; CAMPERSWe house. shed and storage room. comfortable house with a fam. in a grove of tall live oaks. central School. Older brick home with PROFESSIONAL CLASS
month I INC.North
need 25 trade-ins 4 aircondltton-
heat Central
spring. Ideal Club or Camp site. fly room for only $1400000 Florida room. fireplace double THE UNIQUE CUSTOM
Call us for the best deals. Ing all add up to make this ASK THE
RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor Central Florida's Largest LARGE beautiful lots .In Ridge- modern 3 BR 2 Bath home with garage. BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE
376-8361 iW. Univ. Ave. Builder and Developer wood S/D Littlewood Westwood
____ Ph. 374-1359 built-in kit. and built for low OFFER. One of best
Make an our
Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th section at reasonable prices. All maintenance about the ultimate -
NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street lust
RETIREMENT RENDEZVOUSFIVE buys In a 3 bedroom 2 Jamaica-style pace setter
St Improvements paid.
parking all around our corner. rooms and bath on Lake Al for IDEAL FLORIDA LIV home. Large Florida room fireplace living room
Open 9 A.M. to t P.M. each to. Furn.. Incl elec. range. GE 3767971TWO PRESTIGE address in Black Acres. ING. Can be bought with rea many built-Ins, acre lot. Forty foot Florida room I
Spacious three bedroom. two bath sonably low down payment & as- !
week day. refrigerator. oil heater. good water bedroom CB. newly painted Paneled library with fireplace
dock and boat shed. Lg. shady lot 60 x 120 airconditioner.elec. house with panelled family room. sume existing financing with GLADYS SMITH MAN WHO
Cleared lot. $10.400 4681758. range washer and refrigerator built in kitchen central heat. reasonable monthly payment.
WYATTTrailer Storage shed. Tiled bath. two car enclosed garage. Vacant MAKE AN OFFER on equity. Luxurious master suite with
ONE acre includes; boat. motor. Immediate occupancy. Very low now. Owner will consider Call 376-0817. REALTOR walk-In closets-dressing
trailer skis. house. stove. refrigerator
down payment and $65 monthly. your offer or will rent month 1228 W. University 3725393 room built-In vanity wall
metal storage house. rid ,Easy;; private financing. See it at to month at $175.00. $1500 DOWN & Approx. $145 per mo. Anna Hinson Caroline Noyes and shot closet
; SalesHome ing lawnmower. paved road sand 3130 NW 10th St., and phone FR Incl. taxes & Ins. buys modern Virginia Power I 9" Fabulous' kitchen'breakfast; ,
beach. loading ramp. raft. 25 mm. 6-7170. J. W. 3 BR. 2 bath Central heat L utility room and workshoparea OWNS ONEOld
of from Gainesville. Phone FR 6- airconditioning built-In kit. Incl. By owner 3 BR. IVi bath
Mobile Homes 2926. UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. KIRKPATRICKREALTOR dishwasher. Walking distance equipped central heat paved
Pacemaker utll. 4TA cent VA Twenty-six foot closet wall
Airstream Complete with large paneled den. LITTLEWOOD & WESTWOOD Street City per
Shasta Only $17.500 Located at 3707 NW loan. Call Mr. Weidler FR 23610. Guest suite with sunken tub
Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Horn 35 Houses for Salt 23rd Ave. For further details call 31 N. Main Phone FR 21404 SCHOOLS. Two landscaped patio 1 ( & Trite but still good advice )

Dealer Since IMS FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thomas. ASSOCIATES DRIVE BY 1325 NE 13 St. It check acre lot In most select
1723 Silver Springs Blvd. 005 NORTHEAST 6th Street by Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell the outside then call us for appt. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In neighborhood
Phone 4291358 owner 3 BR. 2 baths. sep. dining BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed- Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret.Griffin to Inspect this EXCEPTIONALone SHADOWLAWN Scads of sky. light so houseIs We are extremely proud that a high

Ocala Fla. room Irg. kit.. screened porch. rooms. 2 baths. large convenl- Levis Kirkland Ben owner home. Many unex- ESTATESF. csheerful even In gloomy of sales consist of
7 closets. air conditioner built. ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter pected features. Alrconditloning. weather percentage our referrals -
1952 model Schultz I x Wf trailer. in cedar chest back yard ter MCKINNEY Walk to METCALF. HOWARD D. OLIVER This house Is Ideal for
1 BR. wall to wall carpeting race. Paved streets, sidewalks. A STEALBY BISHOP. or ST. PATRICK'S OFFERING lavish casual from our satisfied customers.
or entertaining
throughout except kitchen. Call Call FR 2-9659 or FR 4-4140. GREEN SCHOOLS. As little as $1.000 Individual Styles For You
after 5 P.M. 376-0790. OWNERMUST down will handle & low monthly Well planned living areas Never have you seen so
A Nice frame house. 4 Bedrooms DEATONREALTORS payment. Total price $14.500 Quality material 1 Workmanship much cabinet and drawer The Great Majority of our home owners
For Sale 1 BR air< cond. turn. large living room kitchen. hall sacrifice. 3 bedroom 2 Call 376-2927 or 376-0617. space under one roof.
trailer & .enclosed cabana. Excellent and bath. Front and side porch. bath large Fla. room. large liv. Three-car garage. Total have been careful intelligent buyers
condition. FR 2-9886. .-. log built-In HOME OF DISTINCTION A community you would be
All freshly painted inside and room dining room Claude M. "Red" Franks. Real square footage 6,000 under
A.M. and 6-12 P.M. out. Located on large let 133' kitchen. convenient to shopping Yes this elegant new home Is tor. Myrtle Lassiter. Associate proud to live In roof who have shopped measured & com
x 104'. All this and more <,250.00 center and schools. Must see one of real character quality. Wm. E. "Bill" HarrIs. Associate. Drive West on N.W. 39th I Happy to show by appointmentonly. ,
SCHULT Early American. 2 bedrooms Easy terms. Call FR 6-22'J7. to appreciate the value. No qual- construction unique design and 7 NE 1st St. Phone 376-0817 Ave. past the Glen Spring In pared. We welcome comparison of lot
10x50 Hillcrest Trailer ifying. Low down payment. OrIginal Its location Is most desirable. Its Res; 376-2V27 or 372-7943 Eve. S. tersection. See sign on left.
Court. Lot A-5.I960 NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust price $21.600. price now exquisite features and furnishings Week-ends by appt. FR 20646. I I 372.1 9E7 sizes & overall square footages of en-
completed. nice wooded lot. S $18.84578 $500 down. Locatedin are eye catching Its formal Member Multiple LIsting
NEW MOON. 50 x 10. Phone miles out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. nice NW section at 1321 NW and Informal living area Is a Ii. closed (We publish square foot-
4722071. Newberry. space.
4722394 or 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. dream Just give us the pleasure -
3 BR. 2 bath. study. attractive of showing you this beautiful in brochures. )
BACK TO SCHOOL 100' x 139' corner lot. at 2225 home with 3 B.R. 2V colorful age our
DISCOUN NE 8th St $450 dn.. $79 per mOo GLADYSSMITH baths living and Dining room
FHA or pay more dn. & take Large paneled open beam ceiling .
& 3 bedrooms. I. 10 & 12 benefits to
1. 2. additional
to over 4tt per cent VA Mtg. at Fla. rm. with fireplace A There are many
wides. Up ot seven years pay
$44.50 per mo. Shown by appt. kitchen that has everything and
at bank rates.A only. Ph. 3723707. then we believe you would be Kirkpatrick & Pierson home.

) Trip to Butts Mobile Homes 372-5393 convinced of Its value and Its appeal _. owning a

Will Save You *S$ for real living. Call FR -
PARR1SHPRESENTS 19 wooded acres overlooking Levy 3617 for appointment.
be transferred or move
1. I If should ever
Lake plus the luxury of true contemporary you
St. It 6th St. On street
N. W. 13th NAVE1UN
living. This architect- 4VD resell foster
parking all around our corner. MUST SELLIf Kirkpatrick & Pierson's homes
designed home features modern
Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each week kitchen with Mexican tile counter. you believe In being lucky this than any in Gainesville Ride through our
.. This
day. might be your -
374-831 and Screened porch.courtyard Living room entry with court 30 fine 3 B.R. 2 bath central development check the for sale signs, then

CONVENIENT. easy walking distance foot stone fireplace wall. Separate heated 2 yr. old home must be other in Gainesville.
SPECIAL to downtown. 2 bedroom dining room. Many built-ms and sold Owner will consider a try any area
1M x 20f Lot for mobile home. frame cottage on paved street bookshelves. This is a home to reasonable offer under its present
S1SOO. 1 Mile S. off Paynes east of new Post Office building. be cherished. FHA value of $17,250 located THIS, WEEK'S IS ON 2. Paid up perpetual membership in the
Prairie. For appointment call Properly priced for a cash deal. In Madison Park Good condition SPOTLIGHT center (As
& 1 Court Manor community
f FR 4-3052. Act now Drive by 3202 Highland
GOLF VIEW ESTATES. Good 3- GLADYS SMITH NW. 22nd Place and call for an 1 & home) Thisis
17 x I Allstate trailer plus f x 18 lu long as you own occupy your
.' bedroom. 2-bath home In this appointment before you buy -
completely furnished aluminum very desirable area near the REAL TORFORDYCE FR. 23617.ATTRACTIVE. completely restricted to owners in Highland
portable cabana. $1500 or best UNIVERSITY INN
University. Excellent financing .
and includes swimming pool
oner See E. A. Rice. OhKay permits this property to be handled BUYSA Court Manor

Trailer Park. with minimum down pay. 3 B.R. 1 bath home S400 : playing field, playground equipment & air

1959 45 X 10 GREATLAKES trail.er. ment. down payment and a 3 B.R. 2 Start wonderful evening with cocktail in the conditioned community club house.
with financingBoth -
A-I condition.Call bath home good
BLACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bedroom in NW. area. Cell FR 2- .: '- :
481-2316. Inn Cocktail Hour (s from 5 to
University Lounge.
2-bath masonry home with REALTORINVESTMENT 3617. 3. All Modern conveniences. storm drainage.

I X 30 Ft. Westwood trailer with living room. separate dining ASSOCIATESJ. ; 9 P.M. Than have ana of the beat stocks In town streets with curbs & gutters
with fireplace paved
I x 20 ft. enclosed cabanal room. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth city sewerage.
air cond.. S mln. modern built-In kitchen. Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire natural &
$1395. 2 BR. Central heat. in the Steak Room or servo yourself the convenient city water & electricity. gas
from Campus. Lot 14. Must sell < bedrooms. 3 baths over 4400 Multiple Listing -
of insurance
by Sept. 1st Glenwood Trailer FLORIDA PARK. Immediate oe sq ft. of living area. All completely smorgasbord way. After a delightful moot, return to 1 city fire protection with the lowest -

Plrk 372148 be had t h II furnished and ready to rates.
cupancy pleasant can 3 bedroom home on move in. Call Fordyce 374-1234. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Hit Lounge for cocktails and dancing f* the music of .

33 LOTS FOR SALE large lot. Walking. distance to Richard Parker's Or. 4. Large lots with on front footageof
Gainesville High and J. J. Fin- LARGE lobby GriHi.. Combo average

1 acre. N.W. ley Schools.UNIVERSITY. :3 Fla.BR room.V-i bath Cent.with heating.study! and 1400 For top quality workmanshipcall cJiostra 'til 2 A.M. 92.4 feet and 133 ft. from curb to rear

2 *acre acre lots Ranchettes S.W.7v S.W. restricted ACRES. Restricted sq. ft. Only S5CO down and $8914 I 372-6142 lot line.
homesites new west side subdivision of mo. can put you in this one. Seller

acre lots Paved streets. NO pays closing costs. Call For. GAINESVILLE Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT 5. Homes planned for traffic flow. ease of
outside city limits. Suggest you living and easy maintenance gained from
1019 W University FR 4-4471 1508 N.W. 13th St. ___
make your selection before pric COLONIAL Free Estimates-n K tr. and 27 of in home building. I
LOTS for sale In beautiful Idylwib es advance. styled walled patio wall to wall DINING-DANCING over years experience
between Gainesville and the new carpeting 4 BR 2') baths with delivery. DINING CAFETERIAS

golf and country club. Large restricted AVAILABLE NOW. 3 bedroom unfurnished 1650 sa ft. Very large lot in NW 6. Located close to kindergartens end Jr.
lots. Certified public water home tor rent. Close to area. Good terms can be arranged GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA UNIVERSITY INN J
system. Outside ctly limits. University. Will lease for one on this I22JOO home. Call ESTIMATES Closed for vacation S. repainting. Charcoal Steak Room Smorgas- High with bus service available to High I:

$1750 to $2000.Clyde year at 116 .00 per month Fordyce 374-1134. FREE on STEAK ROOM Open 7 days a week. board. Cocktail Hour S te 7. 2 School. (New High School land already owned
Seckinger. Realtor FURNACES and Quality 21th drinks for the price of 1. Dancing .
Friday Aug.
Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice
Owner S. developer SEPTEMBER 1st. 4 bedroom air. ACREAGE Rememberl We'll see you then. til 2 A.M. ta Bobby Griffin's by county adjoining Highland Court Manor) .
prepared tasteon
S -. Ph.FRO3033ACRE conditioned home In good northeast 120 acres of permanent pasture. Central AIrConditIoners your Palmer It Sue Long Combo It Richard Parkers .rch**.
our hearth. Holiday Inn.
location. unfumlshed. $140.. fenced and cross fenced, water open tra. 1901 SW. 13th St. FR 6-2442.
lots for sole. 00 per month on lease for year. and partially wooded. Only $250 1900 S.W. nth St. FR 4-1244. I Model Home 1.6
Phone 372-4416 per acre. p.m. :
LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2
room unfurnished rental. S125.C LOTS
I trailers. Large awnings. 3 large per month I lease for year. Trailer lots. $20 down and $20 I I ORLEANS STICK BILLIARDS PALM LANES '
byT !!
patios. 3 septic tanks. lots of (Formerly' Fred's Locker Room)
I shade good rental Income. Just Businessmen's Lunch .15 Fun for net only young men Well lie closed August 10m thr Kirkpatrick & Pierson
outside city limits. For sale. FR month.FORDYCE Best In equipment using Internally Served 11:30 AM 2:00 PJM. BUT young women' to. the 17th for reservklng and reconditioning
I 4-8883. M.M.PARRIH insulated ducts designed Dinner Servted 6 12 P.M. Bring your dates of our alleys. Well

V engineered and Installed 4562 NW 13th St. Open IS AJM. fa 12 J PJM. sec you the 1"W.lde
: NE 11th
lots. 50 x 135 each.
90J N. Main Street Road 376-4634. DEVELOPERS
t Ter. & 2nd Ave. Priced to sell & ASSOCIATES. INC. byALL
or will trade for Income proper Multiple Listing Realtor AMERICAN HEATING

_ty. j. R. crane owner. 372-3632. Grace Fordyce. BrokerAssociates & AIR CONDITIONING CO. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF Soles Office

,, 100 FT. x ISO ft. beautiful corner .. ASSOCIATES-INC. Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden PH. 376-8258 ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terract

lot In residential Araquay Park. H. Wayne Hill Helen' Graham O. C. Gay Dick Banks 'i iI i U30 NE 23rd Blvd. Phone 372-34-71
.l St. Augustine. S1200 by owner.t Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrls I Frances Hough Sarah Gould I I 24 Hoer ServiceIF CALL 372-8441.
. Phone FR 4-4250. 19 NE First Street TeL 372.537 926 W. Univ. 3761236I i, 1

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35 Houses for Sale 45 Furnished! Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.HREE 48 Houses for Rent
f 39 Out of Town Property 49 Rooms For Rent
BY OWNER 410 NE 13th Ave.. 31 ONE bedroom on Lake Geneva/ 2 Cr in country. $70.00 : bedrooms, din. rm.. famIly THREE bedroom. 1 bath u".urn'l -
BR. 2 baths. large living LIQUIDATING properties High 30 min from Gainesville. No 3 br, 2 bath split/ level. furnished rm patio. Good location close ished house at 815 N. LARGE room. private Vi bath and
separate dining room complete Springs Area. from $5.000 to $25- pets. 545 per mo. Phone 4753781 N.W. $190 per mo. to sleeping! .enter. Phone 372- Redecorated inside and outside. entrance ext phone.
1 THETIMEISNOWIN. laundry In separate room large 000- Terms or Trade .154-1920 Melrose. 3 br, 2 bath Cent air & ht $130. -E ". Call FR 67144. Colt FR 2-4682.
swimming pool. central rtat, & I
i iI WANTED working woman to live m per ma.MARY LARGE story four BR house
375'pertly.' Will air consider conditioned.trading Lot for 175 Income x 40 Business Properties and share expenses with same. MOELLER. REALTOR with play room. Liv. rm, din. 2 BR, kitchen turn $8250 per mo
PSaie FR 6-0124. kitchen [ 24 NE 20th St. ADVERTISE IN THE
property. J. R. Crane owner 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 rm. combination. 2'j Back yard fenced.
I 372-3eJ2. 48.000 square feet business or manu WANTED 2 male students to share bath. 4 rn!. from town. Good Contact Ward at 372-3289 or 2. SERVICE DIRECTORY
facturing lot. Highway and rail house with 2 others. I blk. 2 Bedroom kitchen equipped. 1 yard: fcr children. $125 mo. Call 6885SlttinHnumimimtiimn. j

2 BR. CCB. carport screened porch road frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick from campus. Contact Rod space heater garage. Adults FR 2.2643. I __ _..._. _..._._......____...
Do You Have A Room Apartment school. SE 9th St. ........ '''' '''''' '' .m.H'
near air conditioner stove Agency. :31 N. Main. FR 28404. Kirsch. 1224 SW 1st Ave. only. $65 Mo. 20 S. 26 .WIlUIIWIUUIIIIIIIWiJUWUIlIlIllI.IIIIIUUIUIIlWIlIulllrolil. llllliiWWw..iliIJi ijlllWill IIIIUIUIIIWu'I
refrigerator washing machine. F R 6-5724 for Info. i..,(t.: tearoom. 1 bath, fireplace
hardwood floors. FHA 75' x 125' CHOICE business proper. stove. refrigerator. fenced I
approved. PRIVATE. clean cool. 1 & 2 BR
Or House to Rent? 376-4463 days after 6 P.M. 376- ty on US Hwy. 4 mi. South of trailers. Select setting. Water UNF. cottage. 4 room frame. Gas yard. ns!r rhools $120 per
I 5323. St. Augustine in motel area. yard & trailer maintenance turn. stove.blinds.circulating 2 screened heater, porch.Venetian I month. FR 6-4220. I' Lg COMPARE! !
$3300 by owner. FR 6-6250. On bus line. Use of telephone. -- I II
4ii HOUSE Tn
HIGHLAND COURT. 2 tsths $55 mo. Avail. Sept. 1st. FR 6- for rent on near Pav-
Fla. rm., wall to wall carpet liv. Adults only no pets please. $40 tel Pr?>r;e, 3 ted room. 1 bath
I ing room air condition. Phone 41 ResidsrHal Income & 160 per mo. Phone 372-9838. stove & refrigerator furnished.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 3725347 or 3722080. 4611 NW 6th St. TWO BR. 1 bath stone and con- Phone 466-3272. THESE HOME VALUES I

4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also adjoining I B R., water jrmsned 1 or 2 persons crete house. Freshly painted
UNFURNISHED for sale or rent. renal 200 ft. Inlaid oak floors Ig. shady 3 BR. with oak floors. screened i BEFORE YOU
property. BUYThe
private entrance near Med.
I : YOU MORE than the ad that will rent 2 Will BR.show$60.Aug.1924 2930.NW 34th Ave. frontoge. 300 block N.E. 3rd School. 1322 SW 16th Ave. Open yard. No children or pets porch. carport, utility room. rear -
Ave. Will sell together or sepa Sat. & Sun.DUPLEX 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035. Lmiewocd School. Call 376-5857.
30 ELEGANT pine trees 3 BR. rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- ---- --
: : it 2 ban home close to schools. ..752.I apartment for rent at 4158 UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom home. I i amUIiJUlmlllnmllllllf"mumnmlh: llmllrnl
$400 equ>ty. no qualifying. take NW 6th St. Kitchen equipped. $85 $110 per mo. Call 3767466.I E:1 SAVE!
SUBURBAN 2 bedrooms sleeping
over existing G. E. Mortgage. 42 Forms & Acreage per month. following Is now under
room living room. dining New Homcs
By owner. FR 2-1310 or 4-7971. I NEAR CAMPUS. Married couples construction and will be ready
i. Here's what COSTS YOU room. Large yard. Near bus. for
Vacancy !
your BY OWNER. 2 BR. 1 bath. CBS 30 acres, highway frontage 16- only. Not suitable for children Rent S45- FR 6-5829. occupancy soon
.: e house. lot 100 x 100. well landscaped or pets. $70 per month.
farm & citrus
iCO. 30 acre in
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3 BR. 2 baths family room house I 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
reasonable down payment. Phone 374-451
EVERY DAY until it is rented grove; completely equipped. $5,000
: : $42.50 months payments. 840 N.W. down. large corner lot. 4204 NW 13 h l bE 3 BR 2 bath S6CO dn. $87per
-I 55th St. 3721772. CALL 46 Unfurnished Apts. PI. 1 year lease $135 per mo. g The following are ready for month.
I .1 : Call FR 6-5746. WESTVILLANW occupancy.

; : IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: TRULY DON'T LOVELY MISS THIS HOMEAt Angle Real EstateC. 5 room unfurn. bungalow with 2 FOUR BR 2 bath home. wood-. 4120 & 4121
4 l_ Angle Broker baths 3rd blk. from town on ed lot. Convenient $105 mo. Children 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr.
Malory Gardens 3' pets
: $40 per mo. . $1.33 per dayS Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths 4404 NW O. J.13th Angle. St. Associate 376-6927 prominent E. Univ. Ave.avenue. Apply at 304 12th Ave. FR 6-0652. 16th Ave., 4 BR. 2') baths $1,990 dn, 3 BR, 2 bath J500 dn., Mlper fi
den for Dad year 'round com g $165 per mo. month.
fort. Priced right. Drive by. phone ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles THREE bedroom house with stove I l I
], $50 per mo . $1.66 per day FR 4425 or FR 21336.WOODROW I, from city limits. Only 52200. Call 47 Houses for Rent Furn. and refrigerator furnished. Avail i at 37th St. 4119 & 4127
1 SEAYThe John Merrill. Realtor. FR 21494. able 1st week of Sept. 1311 N.E. WflflUflllllllhIllflRll7flflflfl1flh1flT1TflflUflflSta !
'I N.W. 19th Dr.
14th Ter. $115 mo. on
j $55 per mo . $1.83 per day Master Builder 10 acres for sale $3.000 cash. 2';' SANTA FE LAKE CCB cottages. Weseman Realty FR 6-272. 3 BR bath $509 dn., $74 _
miles from Sperry on MonteochaRd. modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two on1th
PRICE SLASHED on lovely' 3 BR mile Call 2 houses for rent unfurnished. Maybe per .
V* off pavement. bedroom avail. Sept. 8. Phone Norwood
i : $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day home featuring air cond., Irg. FR 2-1787 for appointment only. GR 5-5375 Melrose. seen behind Copelands Servo WALTER STUBBSInc.
attic with disappearing stairway ice station. 495-2433. On Willis- nummmllllUlllIlllllilllllHlllllmlllil! !! )
Fla. rm.. beautiful lawn Appr. 1100 Acres. 15 mm. from 2 BR. house. $30 per month. See ton Highway.
ill I ;} : $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day & shrubs In select npighb rhood. City on paved rd. Lovely 3 br, Elmo Yarbrong Melrose Fla. I ALL OUR HOMES ARE I
4055 NW 12th Ave. FR 2-OOS9. 2 bath cent. ht. & air. largely Inperm FOR RENT unfurnished house Hope
pasture. priced at $300 per 2 bedrooms. CB, house. fur. on can be two or three bedrooms OPEN
: $70 per mo. . $2.33 per dayS NEW HOME FOR SALE acre Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small will accept children. Located at JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
BY BUILDER Ito acres 10 ml from city en good 1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- Paradise. $55 per mo. Larqe Phone 376-5394 I : "H" I Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL

: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day 3 conditioning.BR. 2 bath May central be seen heat by& ap air paved rd. $275. per acre. 1500 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. lot. Phone Scruggs FR 65242or

pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. acres within S ml of town en ONE 2 BR house & one 2 BR FR 6-3564. We Trade Homes
paved rd.MARY trailer for rent in Micanopy.. Close to "We trade houses"I II 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
I Phone 374-2258. 2BR garage.
: $80 $2.66 day
mo. . per '
per Call Brezina 466-3343. I Univ. $50 per month. Phone 376- or PropertyfUIIIIII1IDl1wmnlllnunnmIllII 6-5301 or FR 6-79B9
TWO nedroom CCB home on corner MOELLER. REALTOR
qi j $2.83 day lot 350 down. $45 per mo. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 ONE bedroom newly painted. 9264. : lIIIIIIUllllflnmrUUIIHI lIIIlolII1lllflIlfiIliTuhI1llfl1flfmUIISiflflUrnlliIIWflMOVE :!
E $85 per mo. . per 1031 N. W. 55tn Ter. Phone 376- NICEST IN TOWN FOR THE TWO bedroom 1 bath 1 block --------- -
CLAY COUNTY 20 acres on block from .
1351. MONEY. See anytime at 1753 from campus 1
: $90 per mo . $3.00 per day terms.Lake Bundy.GILCHRIST only COUNTY S5.CCO with- N.W. 4th St. Finley. 2008 N.W. 3rd Ave. $85
2 bedroom house bath, kitchen
Phone FR 21361.
city water on paved street 1 located 39 acres high dry l lsn.1 only One bedroom house turn newly per mo. IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTSYOUR I
: $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day I I In Hampton. Fla. Low $2,200 cash. COLUMBIA COUNTY20 dec. 4146 NW 13th St. No children 2 BR house for lease SI25 per
I down payment. no qualifying ne acres on Olustee Creek, or pets. $65 a mo Call Mr. mI). Located at 815 NW 2Cth St.
Refer to Acct. No. 9032. $2.000 w-terms. LEVY COUNTY- Haynes at 6-2641 or 6-2930. Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St.
N $100 $3.33 day cessary.
per mo. per Call collect Mr. Phil Black 359- 40 25 acres acres near cleared thriving older Chiefland.buildIngs. 2 BR sm. study room $80 mo. FOR SALE OR ENT 1 BR. CCB CHILDREN CAN WALK SAFELY TO .
2804 Jax. partially furn. Water & elec. furn. house $150 down, 575 per mo.
on paved road. only $8,800 cashor 5 mm. from campus on 441 S. Rent unfurn. $80 mo. 1030 N.W.
BY OWNER large 4 FR 2 terms. has access t., lake.S. .
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR home. cent. heat & air cond. Inside E. SAPP Rltr., NEWBERRY. Ph. 376-5988 after 5. 55th St. 372.8319 or 3/6-5C84
must be seen to be appre- FEMALE roommate wanted to
ciated. Financing available. Immediate FOR SALE 824 acres. 75 gearIng share new air conditioned house
possession. 929 NE 10th pecan trees on paved road near campus. Prefer teacher or 2 EXECUTIVE 1. Metcalfe Elementary

: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS PI.evenings.BY Call. 28401 days or 4-2743 13$5500 miles- $1000 to Gainesville.down balance Only 12 graduate student. 376-2129. HOMES I \

FURNISHED two bedroom house.
cond. yrs. Johme Hansen. Broker, Newnan's Lake. $55 per mo. 4-BEDROOM-2-BATH 2. Howard Bishop Jr. High
I OWNER cen. heat & air 4681766 Waldo Fla Enclosed Swimming Pool
... 2'' bath. 3 BR. family. living. Phone 372-9941. S Room I
dining rm., large kitchen. built- 43 Colored PropertyNew. Family
: ::1 in liances. Large garage. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Built-in Kitchen
Laundry Room I 3. St. Patrick's Parochial
3448 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR 0
: 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SoleBY 2-4518. Quality Hugh Eawards built Wall-to-WaH Carpet r
home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. 2 BR, 1 bath house for rent. $60 Dressing Room I
.. As low as $43. per month with month. 372-6936. Central Heat Air Condo
.. FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom OWNER NEAR WE T. McKinneyGreenDeaton $2,000 down or will arrange termsto
.. CCB. 2414 SE. 12th. Ter. Low WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath' suit buyer. Located 643 NE 7 ROOM 2 story. 3 BR. 1 Vi baths. Both Homes located in beautiful 2-3-4
.. down payment. Call 374-4444 or Ig. LR, family room built In RealtorsOur 15th Street. $140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE high. dry wooded area with _
372-1933. kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI. Hugh Edwards, Inc. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. paved streets city water and
TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and at! Sectionsof
listings cover Phone 376-7971 .
house rent.N.
Delightful Large for
LOOK AIR CONDITIONEDI assume mtg. Call 376-2927. Gainesville. We ore offering W. location. Fordyce & Associates sewer.FRED
) BR. 2 baths. central heat. out Bedroom Homes
of city limits. deep well REA BLACK ACRESPRICED several two bedroom 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Inc.. Realtors. 926 W.
.. power located at 3414 NW 34th TO SELL BY homes priced from $6,600 7th Ave. Small down payment. Univ. 376-1236. ] BUILDER I
.. St.C911. bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood to $17,000 Reasonable monthly payments $57 to $65. 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd I FR 2-8340 FR 23112
floors, central heat air-coral Also homes built on your lot Ave. Phone 3763401. I
financing. --- -
372-2372 or 376-1190. units electric range and drapes. with no down payment. Ph. '
Lot no x 120' with shade trees. 3 BEDROOMS- FR 2-4125.
: BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath extra
312S W. Univ. FROM I1.500-$30.000 'I
Av. FR 4-6427.
.. Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 RENTALS IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO
N.W. 13th. Ave. Available on FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer
3405 NW 10th Ave-FHA schools COLORED
short notice. FR A-7993 for appt equity In 3 BR. 2 btb. builtinkit.
218 NW 36th Dr-Schools & Shops
., terrazzo floors cen. heat. NOWRENTING
: FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Phone 374-8779. 1320 NW 20th Ave-Near GHS
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex
_. New Palm Springs model. One of 2 BR home on corner lot. lowdown .. SW. Secction apartments. large living and
the best looking homes we've- 2full ever payment. $40 pertrpST Lo-, *S 2718-SW 1st Ave-Golf View dining area, modem kitchen with RENTALS MONEY DOWN
built.! Four bedrooms Cited at 331 NW Jlst,AveZ Call fan. large storage closets terraz-
"" baths. beautiful brick facade. Tommy Ridgell! 372-4125. 'N. zo floors. tile baths. space heater '

-** SK.900.excellent No kitchen money arrangement.down VA 3 oven BR. and 1 bath cen.paved heat. built-in 1242 805 NE NE 6th 10th Ave-Low Ave-FHA.Payment Nice ties and for hot washing water machines.heater faclll and BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW I V A Village \f $tun
range street
down. Price Includes N.E. 26th
FHA only $800 paved streets. See at
804 NE 8th
Ave Good
fenced Financing
yard. $1.800
-* gas lamp fully swim sodded club front member.lawn, 1520 SE 23rd Lane.down 374-0880.$75 mo. 1114 NE 5th St. $11,500 FHA Ter.5321 or or 372-5322.call for appointment 372 UNDER CONSTRUCTION i LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.

-- ship.VILLAGE $600 No qualifying $85 per 4 BEDROOMS 376-7971
GREEN month 3 BR. 2 bath built-in 45 Furnished Apts.
820 NW 20th St-FHA, Near U.F.
By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. stove. cen. heat nice yard. ,
2909 N. E. 15th St. Drive by 4203 NW 21st Ter. Call EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50
: 376-7971 p.m. 3725451. 6 BEDROOMS II month. Phone 466-3448. Priced from $13,90017,250 dn !
4617 NW 33rd Ct-King size
NW 10th St. EAST SIDE ti _ _
4235 3 BR. 1 bath. CCB. carport. util.!! MANY OTHERSCALL .
S Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home rm.. patio. Payments $69.75 per US FOR INFORMATIONLAKE 9 Sodded Lawns
.. large Fla room & patio. Lot mo. Balance S8.268. 3 miles from PROPERTIES LOTS GARDENAPARTMENTS (1
.. 100x174'. lots of trees. Univ. 930 NW 55th St..Phone 376- ACREAGE S Swim Club i gl -S tEll
: Beautiful lots NW section 9615. Bring us your Problems
Members Multiple LIstingASSOCIATES Air Cond. Optional ; I j
.. Commercial property & acreage. REAL NICE 2 BR, or can be used 157 per month UP .._
.. as 3 BR house in excellent loca Gainesville's Finest Colonials -J-- ......13.|TIlf
tion. Nice shaded lot. -
corner ,
S .-. E. C "Curly" Kuehn Jr. with garage. Total price $11.500. J. Fred Guy Jane Butterworth Furnished or unfurnished 1 S Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
431 N. Main St. Col. J. Davis
FHA financing available. Phone W. J. J. Wiltshire Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 owner 3727401. TELEPHONE 3723417 ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3749408. -



I SERVICES 2 Bedrooms Stove nood with light and fan

New Brick Homes .. Masonery Large living Construction dining area Venetian Double compartment Blinds sink HOUSE HUNTING!

by Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass andS
Builder Large double sliding door shrubbery

I Home And Business 3 & 4 bedrooms. built-in VA kitchen Linen closets Closets Close Insulated to school Attica and bus stopGainesville's CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

down payment. FHA from $700 TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.
down-no closing costs.
.. For appointment coil 372-5321 or 327-5322
Service Capital Builders.
.. Appraisal PlumbingSEWER Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 24th terrace turn left l'block.
N.W. 37th place A ,tit Street

""" VRED .. ARNOLD INSTALLEDNEW OPEN HOUSE DAILY u_ ___ __ ___ __ brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

.-. REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL plumbing& used service fixtures"BIG"complete JIM Call 3714341 er 376-7781. newest and most Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central

.-. 1219 W UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 3721522 Jg.FR HUGULEY 2-1589 Gainesville. Plum ,--I; .-.1 luxurious apartment building .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all t,

-- Bulldozing UpholsteryUPHOLSTER ADMIRE t LAKESHORE city services. iI I

trucks. fill dirt lima rock. Topsoil your furniture at WIMBERLY ESTATES TOWERS
Phone 3727846 reasonable prices. Call Sally.
.. Experienced. FR 6-9888. 4248 MODELS AT $14,500.
HOME REPAIRSFIX N. W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. Lloyd Myrick Bldr. NOW :LEASING

-- UP Offering far' less mere money quality THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

HOME repairing carpentry. dry
wall & plastering painting. i DO you NEED, Florid room extra W 36th Ter. off N.W. 39th MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350

372-7702 or 376- 107.I room more room roof work, Ave. Open Sundays at 2.00 or
.. or maybe a complete new home
For a free estimate & guaran- by appt. 371-S"'. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
J I LandscapingLANDSCAPE teed work, phone Carl C.
E Appliance Repair & Waters. 3724049.EXPERIENCED. MODELS $13,000.

: Air Conditioning SERVICE CARPENTERPaint I

: Grass-Sod-Garden of all kinds.CREVASSES MainNurserystock and repair lobs performed by SUBURBAN FHA and VA I Walk to elementary f'
carpenter who loves his '"!"'.
: A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Landscape NURSERY Co. CALL FR 6-4907 HEIGHTSGainesville's and junior high ;,
First In conditioning and Appliance
air FR 6-2514 for free estimate. Newest S From $400 down J!.
repairs. We sell guaranteed
washers, refrigerators. etc. Sewing Machine Repairs Prestige Address Better living and
FR0267. Mortgage Broker Built for Those Who Desire
I tAU.-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE Only the Best. From $79 per month resale value.
E Auto Glass MORTGAGE MONEY CO. SI] W. University N. W. 43rd N.W. 17th PL
SVi per cent Interest. Terms to Ave. 376-1075. We repair all Built by Four .f GaInesville'sLeading
25 years. Mufces' work fully guaranteed Builders Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
-- ness. Immediate Installation TELEVISIONPICTURE W. FLETCHER left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
I free pickup & delivery. AddS Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA MACOMA HOMESW. Swimming Pool Recreation Room
beauty & value to your car. TUBE Repair Special. SI P. RIDGWAY Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. and conventional at lowest per Inert plus $10 to Install most Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire
: _JBJ N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2558. current rates. Terms to 25 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special
years. Will gladly discuss .at no Reconditioned TV's from j .f$. Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
: Auto Equipment obligation. Call tomorrow. THE VARIETY STORE Paved Parking Areas Lighted SidewalksPHONE
31 N Main St. Ph. FR 2-W94
4 Technician's
I : with $4 years experience
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & on all makes. HEIGHTSLocated PRICED FROM UP
1 exchanged Repair kits for FRED B ARNOLD 376-4456 L $16,000
C Walker Jacks. Factory uthorU- It NW. 37th Place &
.: cd Walker Hydraulic Jack AND CONVENTIONALLOANS .
6th St. New brick homes under

H: Service Main SERVICE FR Agent.&2-149 SUPPLY HULL'S 1314 BRAKE S. 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Sun Want Ads colOrs.construct-on.etc. VA Pick I. FKA your Terms.by own. FOR PRIVATE(24 Hour APPOINTMENT Service) Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048

GLADYS and conventional Smith. Realtor.ao.ft'L FHA_ SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY

: : Sun Want Ads rates. Terms to 2S years. 1221 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
W. Univ. Ave. 375-5391 Get Results Capita! Buiiders. Inc. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

F. H. A. A Cony. Loans N.W. 37t* Place t it* Street
Get Results I FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES. INC. Can JTHttl er 374-778 Butler Bros. BUILDERS
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I CLASSIFICATION INDEX t BARGAINS in beds chests, odds 957 PCNTUC. Starchief red convertible I MOTOR
and ends at Treasure Chest. Fair. 347 cu. In., 4-barrel. HAWES-POWERS
banks lust north of airport. Open Good college car. $300. Phone FR o. .


1 !. X..rt.. USED gas apt. size range, SIS; '60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent SMITTY 'SEZ :
gas space heater $12.50; C.II37266.U.
I Car .1 Tfcuka 1 Wanted u B.r cond.. one owner. many extras.
.4 lAd Ia r.... l2 Machinery TulaH Priced right. Call FR .7824-
4 rtnM.Utci t,1us BBlldiBf Materials TWO student desks. $8 each.
I TriTd Inform.U.m M J BevieheU Ge4U Dial 376-3737. '63 OLDS F->5, loaded Excellent I
I Special HatlotiB ( AntlfieaM condition. See Mr. Green University -
'J Flerlat. Xl. rr Sate SMALL chest type home freezer City BanH.
n Trailer P.iU excellent, condition. $75. Phone
S &b7 sm r Cfcni Car
*3 PONTIAC Grand Prix 2-dr.
PI.... T. C. Am4 6* Articles Waatei 374-M73.
hardtop, fully equipped. Air conditioned
II r..1 oil
nIB,. TaAUTOMOTIVE... ;. Bata lUrUe* Weed Et. REUPHOLSTERED sofas & chairs low mileage, extra clean. ,
M roll bed. cedar chest Call 377-5620.
71 Caesp .B..,. Flak away
n Office X.*"Bi.Bt birdseyt maple bedroom suit:.. CHEVROLET Belalr convertTOe.all : .
',. Alr,Ua. lal..-...".. W MusIcal Ker........ electric swings range.wash dressers stands new, brass porch power, good condition. Leaving
51 Tracks far Sal* andirons, antique china cabinet town must sett. Phone 37- XTb rVP \ II I
tt Tracks Wanted REAL ESTATE FOR SALE brlc a brac and other house- 2731. I
M TraeUrs A Track K*UU Furniture
hold Items. Nearly
1961 VW deluxe sedan extra clean. "
t Trailer BeaUls 12 Mobile Homes for Sale Shop. 324 N.W. *th Ave.
U Motorcycle SellersII U Lets for 8ale Phone 3764892BOY'S new engine. many extras. IIWO.
1 A.t.m.bfl. BrpalrsIS Jl Wat rfrnt > Call 377-0153.
l ,
r* ertr "
red Schwlnn 2' bicycle S20.
Automobile for SaM U Houses Far Sale
M Sway CarsEDUCATIONAL 34 Cottages Far Sale 1204 NW Uth Ave. '64 BUICK Skylark 6000 miles
17 K.al Estate Exekanrtd LONESOME T.V looking for a new $200 down. take up payments. J
Sa Real Estate Wanted viewer. Will I..*. home for $30. Call FR 2-7433 or FR 2-3785 after
>a O.t COS NE 11th Ave. 5:00 P.M. ,
IS Ie...... iMtncUra ( Town Fraperty Ph. 372-5047. I -
11 M.le. DkielBf.M 40 Bislaeia Fr riiea HEAVY DUTY Singer Industrialsewing 53 CHEVROLET standard transmission '
Wmated UatrvfUM 41 ResidentIal laeenie machine. completely. re 6 cylinder. Perfect condition.
41 Fams Aereai conditioned. $125. 3725451.REPOSSESSED Call 372-6638. 1815 NW 7th I II I
13-1 Colored .
EMPLOYMENT Property Sales PL Ij
11 W.rk Wanted Male RENTALS Excellent condition 194 Model ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet
II Wtrk W..... Fern*!* I Stitch 0 Matic Zig Zag does Impala 2 dr. hardtop. excellent "We're not asleep after the terrific response \
14 Sales Help WantedU 41 Catered Property all the fancy stitches vii'hout at. condition. Call Jones 376-5351. '63 CADM.LACfile. '
Help-MaU er renal 44 Collates "U East Rentals. tachments. buttonholes sews on CHEVROLET 2-doOr. 6 cylinder to our ad last week. We're cutting prices to I 63 CHEVY II

11 Male Help WaaUd U Tarnished A,ta. buttons monograms, etc. Reliable original paint, S595. Phone' the bone again this week."
Dramatic 41 rnfirnlshet Apt. party to assume only i 377-4335. DeV lle. No. C55A, air conditioned Nova sedan. No. 0153A. automatic
'.U.Female Help Wanted 47 floss,, for Kent Faro. I payments of U10. Call' Credit I white, low mileage reduced transmission, in factory warranty, reduced -
41 flosses for Beat Manager 3727680. United SewingCenter ; 1963 DODGE DART, air cond., 4-dr.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 45 a"lIIl far Beat radio & heater manual shift Super Sport, power -- $200.
t. Fcrm E..lp..at 60 Hotel Booms USED vacuum cleaners $15 & ww undercoating, perfect. S1I95 64 CHEVROLET ,
steerIng power
.. & warranty.) FR 25170. $4595
II it ( $1795
27 Feed Fertilizer Bental up some l loke new. Call 47110 or !
M LlTCitock Supplies S1A Wanted To Brat see at 712 N. Main. '60 Blue CORVAIR automatic : brakes, Y8, radio, heater, bucket seats 3900
S> LandscapIng Tip BeUM 81 Boarders Wanted transmission. $100 and take
Pets U Office Desk AZALEA plants for sale. $7 per miles.
Supplies Space payments. Balance 550. Phone $2595
SI LUeaUek WantedFINANCIAL 51 BislBcia BenUU I sery hundred.Earleton.Belvedere Phone Azalea 441-1241.Nur. FR 2-4680 after' S P.M. Was $2995 . . NOW I '62 CADILLAC '61 CHEVROLETImpala

SERVICE FOR SALE iron beds with springs OLDSMOBILE 53. good condition

.. Bailneis Opportunities S3 Special Serrlets very reasonable. Call 372-0947. 4 heater.dr. sedan.$150. Call auto 376-7870.trans. radio Impala 4 door I Sedan DeVille, No. C45A. oir conditioned hardtop sedan. No. P85A, air

II Messy te Lean 23 Home Improvements D TWO pc. Simmons LR suit reup- 63 CHEVROLET hardtop automatictransmission local I one owner, excellent con conditioned, full power
15 Mortgages 21 Badlo TV Service holstered. $49: baby bed, $10; bas 1961 FAIRLANE 500. 2-door, auto dition reduced

SI Money w..t.aI 23 Appliance A Fnraltiro I sinette, $3; 12 pc. wood DR suite. matic condition.V-8 Call radio.FR 6-0374.tutone.707 Good N.W. I: radio, heater, power steering, I $200. $1595
$55: baby cradle $1253: vanity
111 IIIIIIIIIIIII11&JIIIIIIIIIII 1ltllll1ll1ll1lUlllltllllm1lllU! ItII- I & stool $14 dresser $10; refrigerator 2nd Ave. V8, sharp. $2095 $3495
with cross top freezer, $45; '57 FORD conv. new top excel I NOW
Was $2395 . . .
Valve being
49 Rooms For Rent 66 Misc. For Solo playpen 3-4 rollaway bed. $17.50; lent condition. |lob
completed. A sacrifice at $72$. '
Westinghouse electric range, $ 60 CHEVROLET
1USINESS MAN or graduate V- Thor Multi Malic Air Tool lul. 50 desk other miscellaneous FR 6- 648 after p.m. door '
; 4 hardtop
dent. Nice front room no only Makes 7 tools. all air driven. furniture. We buy & sll. PAU. '60 BONNEVILLE. loaded. excellent '
roomers. 708 E. Univ. Ave. Carrying case & quick disconnect LINE'S. 1425 E. Univ. FR "0858. condition. S1650. 63 IMPERIAL crown, power steering Parkwood station wagon. No 0204A.

LARGE furnished bedroom. male _hoses. $50. FR 6-2377. I Free delivery Phone 3768687. brakes radio heater Deville, No. C34B. air condi- V8. overdrive, excellent condition, reduced -
student $3$ per month. Formica top It X 20" boards for power $4195 I tioned, fully equipped. reduced $200. $100.
Phone 3729941. do end-table.it ur Kitchen- selfers bin$1.or Kiddie-board. 70 Boats Marino Equip. 955 V-8.PONTIAC.radio heater.2 dr..S220.auto.Call trans.or. air conditioned. Was $4595 NOW

BUSINESSMAN or I;udent. large Gainesville Auto Top Shop. see after 5:30 P.M. 372-3351 at $2795 $1195
12 Fl. aluminum fishing boat used
1045 NE 13th PI.
bedroom. to snare new 3 bed-
300 ft. 36-Inch fencing wire; 2 36- less than 1 year; $100. Phone New Yorker. 4 door I
room house with tingle man. S50 Inch FR 19SSFORD. Excellent condition
I steel gates and 24 treated 2-7101. 63 CHRYSLER
per month. Call FR 6.0629 after wood posts. 13$. Phone 376-4246. completely reworked. Low mile.age. power steering, power
C P.M. 2S h.p. Johnson outboard motor I tires. Call '
bet. new paint new
first 3722489. heater air 60 CADILLACSedan 60 CHEVROLETImpala
FOR business man or student master LOSE $75 takes. Phone 1 377-0770 or see after 5:30 P.M. at brakes ro-io, con$3195 1
bedroom. T.V.. phone etc.. prl. WEIGHT safely with new 14 FT. Marine Plywood runabout 1410 SE 1st Ave. ditioned. Was $3595 .
entrance garage space avail. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 91 cents. with steerIng hookup, lust completely Sedan, No. air conditioned full hardtop sedan, No 05A. V8
Call 372-4310 or 444-3781 after e. 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug reworked, excellent con- 61 Cadillac 4 dr.. extra clean. 3V at power steering, reduced $100.> (
miles. S2395. See
Company. dition. $110. FR 0-5824. 000 actual power, reduced $200.
_46&3211..ftrr. 6. I Tom sawyer Pkg. Store, 3921 SW Special, 4 door station
QUAILS for sale.' Live or dressed. 13th St. 376-2172. 63 BUICK $1295
ROOMS FOR RENT. $8 pert Phone 411-5474. 72 Office Equipment wagon, heater. $' $2195
week. 502 N. Main St. FOR Sale or Trade for travel 1845
T.V antennas $3 single stack $7 trailer. '56 Super 88 Oldsmobile Was $1995 . . NOW
double Stick $13.00 complete kit. PRICES SLASHEDOn good condition. new tires. Phone

SINGLE business or person double male to student or female.or Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. all types of office equipment.Less FR 6-4707. _____ '58 CHEVROLETSedan
Private entrance share bath. 400 CITIZEN BAND RADIOS II than wholesale. New used 57 FORD 2 door, hardtop, 59 CADILLACSedan
NE 10th St. fR 7980.. New and Used $60 and rebuilt electric and manual Hardtop convertible 62 CHEVROLET
super sport, power Sedan No. V8, white and
Complete' line adding machines: typewriters; extremely clean
THREE room air conditioned suite. of photo supplies C41 I A, white and light blue,
FULLER'S FOTO INC. cash registers; calculators; 100 Ph. 376-3440 steering, automatic transmission, radio, heater green.
No cooking. S75 per mo. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 check writers of all makes; like auto full power.
eU N. E. 2nd Ave. 1960 VALIANT station wagon 18,000 miles.
new. $20 and up. Terms can be $295
FR 7-1M1 WE WANT TO buy late model used arranged. Will take trade-Ins. University trans., 1 owner car. In excel- $1795
refrigerators. Exceptionally High Office Equipment. at F lent condition. See at 1630 NW Was $1895 . . NOW $1595
trade-Ins now lliven.WILSON'S SSth St. 376-8665.
51 Misc. Rentals & E CHECK PROTECTOR COM.
c EXCHANGE PANY. 2727 N.W. ath St. FR 2- CLEAN '57 FORD w.go$300.. 703 '
OFFICE space and living ,.quartersfor 111 S.E. lit Street Phone FR 6-6479. 0963 or FR 22105. W. Univ. Ave.Phone '62 CAIDI AMC 500" 4 door autorHIlALHriC 61 FALCON

beauty shop. S room house. TRADE your costly to operate 3723054. motic transmissIon.radio. '57 CADILLACFleetwood
320 Waldo Road for fringe area ELECTRIC water heater and Station wagon No. 0191A, radio, heater
parking.' Call FR "7OG$. i $41 for a new glassllned GAS 73 Musical MerchandiseWILL 87 Automobiles Wonter heater, V8. $1345 economical 6.

LOT for rent for trailer. 100 x ISO. water heater. Much more hot Was $1495 . . NOW No. P77, air conditioned, reduced -
shady off Archer Road. near water at about half the cost with transfer to responsible partychoIce 'iOo4 roros
UFo OUR LP GAS. of four I consolepianos. CARS WANTED. i $100. $1095
SM Month. Phony 377-2051. PROPANE. spinet or 1. Chevrolets. Al Herndon Serv-
ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. Pick, up payments of Wurlitzer -
lea Station. 916 SE 4th St. 4 door'statonautomatic wagon,
Spinet Piano trade back.
( 51-A Wonted To Rent DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 62 FALCON $795
save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with transmission
Chairs low as $8. No ,
money sound & motion, pick up payments I '
NICE for Sept.3 bedroom 1st. Call furnished anytime house until dowllow Free estimates as $pickup S per and month.delivery we have a piano to fit GAINESVILLEAUTO radio, heater, 17,800 miles sharp. $12"5 61 FORD

f WELL 11:00 kept P.M. preferably 3724473. modern 3 teed. Phone service.376-7784.All work guaran 702 any W.decor.Univ.EARL'S Ave. 376-0031.PIANO CO.. SALES Was $1445 . . NOW '55 CADILLAC Golaxie sedan. No. 065A. V8. automatic

br furnished home. Possible 1 yr. KODAK TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS 1007 N. Main St. I transmission, 43,000 miles.
Repina reflex S with
lease. Call Mr. Clayton :372- 50- Buy now for this fall. Many to Phone FR 2-6313 4 door Sedan CMC
mm f l.o normal lens 135mm choose from. Instant credit. crown power .
7173 between 3 & 7 P.M. f 4.5 telephoto lens 60mm screw Gainesville Music Center Northccntrol FlorIda'sLargest 62 IMPERIAL $1295
i In filters and aux. lens case. All steering, power brakes $199
NEEDED 372-5421 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave.
In first class
condition. $200. Day.
heater conditioned.
time 3721145. nights 372 537. Dealer ,
25 diesel truck tractors not mere PRACTICE PIANOS Independent $2995

than 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- BOLEX 8mm movie camera F 2.5 Upright pianos $95 and up Was $3195 . . NOW '60 fORD
Ing trailers In Central Flori lens $25. Two child's rocking Used spinet piano $495 and up '
da. Permanent lease pay week. chairs. $4 and $5. Phone FR 2- Used organs. $7t5 and up. 63 OLDS
ly. Call terminal m.n.ger' to 7101. GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY / 2 door, hardtop radio Station wagon No. C41 C, i radio, heater
I 5. Mon. thru Fri. Winter Garden I
Fla. Phone 656-2772. i NEW ana used chain saws lawnmowers Gainesville Shopping Center TROPICALPONTIAC 61 VALIANT heater. $ 88 sedan No. 0114A, air conditioned 6 cylinder, stick shift.
edgers. tampers, lightplants FR 2-5353. 945 ,
PROFESSOR and wife seeking 2 or cable. Wisconsin Briggs SPINET Pianos--(new-- ) beginning--- --at Was $1045 . . NOWPLYMOUTH4 power 32,000 miles, sold and serviced $795
3 BR turn house. Call Prof. Guy 4 Stratton. new and used motors.
B &
by G 100% 5% G. M.
) 6.3761. nf. 2140 Rental sales and service. $4 5. Rebuilt small Grand Piano -warranty.
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE $450. Also another truck load of 302 N.W. 8th Ave. door station A. C. financing. .
52 Boarders Wanted 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. those fine factory rebuilt pianos FR 2.2583 61 ,
fully guaranteed arrived today.We power I '62 CHRYSLER
MEN for SEWING MACHINE Invite you to visit us for all $2795
room and board. plentyof
steering brakes radio heater auto- I
your musical needs.LlLLIAN'S -- -- --- power ,
hot water and off street parkIng 944 Automatic twin needle zig
zag Crown Imperial hardtop sedan No.
private entrance. Phone FR in new cabinet. Makes buttonholes MUSIC STORE matic transmission, dual air
112 SE 1st Street $1 conditioned control
4-4034 overcast. applique S a 14n 095 C63A air cruise ?
a. stitch fancy designs. mends. etc. CLARINET for sale good condition conditioners. Was $1395 NOW I '62 OLDS loaded, red witkwfiite-Ieother, one own-
54 Business Rentals $6 per month. Balance $72. Ml- 3 yrs. old. S40. er.
kell's Sewing Machine Service Co PHONE 3761349.
f LARGE Shop building. Long term __815_ W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. 4 door station "92" sedan No. 0170B air conditionedand $2995
lease. Rent sale. 2007 NE 27th 60 CHEVROLET
Ave. FR 6-5548.or 2 pieces of upholstery material ate Automotive wagon, automatic I power, lioht ton.

SMALL warehouse for rent. One reduced 54" x price 24 yard for Quick One 54"sale.x- transmission radio, heater, air $ '

I DAN 3768268.BYRD 22 niture.yards. Home Beautiful Fur. 83 Motorcycles & Scoottri conditioned. Was $1195 NOW ) 095 I $2395 '61 CHRYSLERNewport

ST. PAT'S size 8 I. 10 shirts size 1960 CUSHMAN Husky Highlander -
I FOR LEASE 4 lumpers. PEDESTAL table It 4 engine & body In excellent : sedan No. C52A, air conditioned -

Modern Downtown air cond.location suite near of offices.court fiberglass 12th Ter. chairs $30. 1524 N. E. condition, 1140. Phone FR "582'. 60 CHEVROLET pBttirv.iidn r. 60 OLDS white, reduced $200.

house 372-7943 and 6-0617.federal building. Ph. 30%! DISCOUNT ON GLAZES 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR radio, heater, automatic transmission, air "98" hardtop sedan No. 099A aIr $1495
Interested I
In ceramics Classes CONDITIONING, Tune 64 VOLKSWAGENDeluxe conditioned. conditioned, full 47.000 miles.
J FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store Mon., wed.. Fri. nights. Open 8 $945 power.

t building per mo., w.Call Univ.Hershall Ave. Price Haynes.SJOO to S -ELLA'S Closed Thurs.CERAMICS Special test. All 12.30 makes for and performance models.of top windows, Mlcrebus radio,sunroof heater,with and Was $995 . . . NOW $1495 '

FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mizell, FR 2145 Univ. Ave. FR 6-5548 Chrysler built cars. Hawes- other accessories. Only 3,000 61 DODGE
6-7551. Powers Motor Co., Air Condl. miles like new. 50 BHP.

I 'iMiLL business_or office space located PRICES SLASHED Honing Main St.Servicing, Phone FR Center.2.2561.204 N. $2695 '61 RAMBLER station 4 't'wagon classic I Pioneer station wagon No. 0)) 35A,
In 1600 block west Univer. door, power steer- clean reduced
.On all types of office equipment 60 OLDS power steering, very ,
City phone Ave.FR For"30"more. Information Less and rebuilt than wholesale. New. used 85 Automobiles for Sal '63 PONTIACTempest ing, automatic transmission radio, heater, $100.

machines electric and typewriters menualedding LeMans. air conditioned rack, air conditioned. $1 Ii "98" hardtop sedan, No. (01 82A, full
56 Business Opportunities cash registers DODGE Royal, 1956 aulom. trans, white with red top, 4 OftC $1295
I check writers ;of calculators all makes; lIke 100 new seat covers tire and muffler speed transmission. Was $1495 . . NOW I O7 J I power, 37,000 miles.
BEER Tavern for sale doing good new. $20 and: up. Terms can be good gas mileage. C a II -
t business. Call FR 6-6858 or FR 2. arranged. Will take trade-Ins. Un 372-3692 or come by 1036 NE $1895 $1395
9196. versify Office Equipment. at F 1st Ave.CADILLAC. 4 door, automatic transmis60 '59 CHRYSLERNew
a E CHECK PROTECTOR COM. 19S5 red convertible, 63 VOLKSWAGENRuby FORD I
ALACHUA Hardware Co. for sale sion radio heater.
PANY J777 NW. eth St. FR 2- fuUy powered with new top. $200. red cle n. $'
Phone 462-1201 or 462-1259. _0963 or FR J-J105. See at Tenneco Stat. corner of Was $795 NOW 595 Yorker hardtop No. C24B. air
$1495 . . . ; 60 OLDS
I MONEY MAKER. New business. I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale S. Main & ItS Ave. conditioned, loaded.

Good location near Shopping Works perfectly. Will sacrifice .t '62 VW radio and heater white VOLKSWAGENPearl I
Center S*. Parsers BarBQ, 1214 NW walls. 5129$. Phone FR 2-6833. 62 2 door, standard transmis- "88" hardtop sedan, No. 0217A, power $1095
5th Ave. 3729292. white, radio WSW extra 60 FORD
Call Gladys Smith Realtor
'41 Chevrolet park wood wagon with SiGn heater. steering.
nice. ,
I 1278 W. University 372-5393 NEED a second TV? I have this air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL $545
areas largest selection of used 'S4 Plymouth, perfect cond $1295 Was $695 . . . NOW
61 Wanted to Buy TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance 4X000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone $1295 '64 PONTIAC

I CASH for your used appliances. TV.Gainesville Hawthorne Drive-In.Rd., across from 1959 Lark I. Power steering radio. green, radio. I PLYMOUTH 4 door station Catalina, hardtop sedan, No. OI89A
furniture clothIng. etc. Call Williams Sealer $500. Phone Bill at FR 6- i f59 steer- '
Servfee Center. Hawthorne 24" HI-FI console TV $1095 wagon, power 59 OLDS air conditioned, power steering and
; new 22 3841.
Rd. 3723937. self propelled lawn mower; elsa I ing power brakes, radio, heater, air conditioned brakes.

I COINS WANTED transistor Ph. 3721736.REMINGTON radio. for English Ford. '60 VOLKSWAGEN I a beauty. *QOC "88" hardtop coupe. No. 0168A. white $3295

Alt and proofs crowns& of uncirculated the world. dollars electric typewriter. MELTON Mar-so green. clean. $995 Was $995 . . . NOW O7J I and gold, power steering.

REBEL STAMP COIN SHOP $100. Underwood office typewriter 1t
00'! W. University Av '. J730.. Good condition. Call $995
3n4>731 after J P.M. MOTORS '59 VOLKSWAGEN I 2 door hardtop* power

64 Household Goods f X 12 rug. $t; 4 lamps. $4 each; Sunroof. radio. heater black. 57 DODGE steering, power brakes, '64 PONTIAC
THREE pieces matched juvenile service$10: stroller.for 4 $3 ovenware; Fedders dishes.air 703 N. Main St. $895 radio, heater, new tires sharp. $495 '58 OLDS Catalina, 2-door sedan. No. 0206A,

furniture WO.Phone cond.. $75. F R 2.1543- FR 6-7571 Was $595 . NOW
64 VOLKSWAGEN I'1 . light blue. radio, heater, one owner,
3766819. ALL channel TV antenna and 20 ft. _u I Pickup, like: new radio. I "98" hardtop sedan C35C< air conditioned less than 9.000 miles, still in factory
mast. $12.50
; 3-spred reversible
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested window fan. $10; like new 2-wheel $1750 4 door, station had motor overhauled In very warranty reduced: $100.1
and Guaranteed utility trailer, $50; small portable Value Rated 758 STUDEBAKERic
43 Refrigerators from S3* liD Kenmore washing machine, II VOLKSWAGENKombl I wagon, automat- sharp condition.
62 $2495
Ranges from $39 up I $10; 10 to 15 ft. adiustable traverse Used Cars I transmission radio heater.
from $1* ,
17 Washers up rod. $7.50. See at 53 N. W. extra clean. $375
1 2 Food-Freezers Dryer from from 149$99 up up 34th Drive or phone FR fl4. B&GMOTORCO. I $1395 Was $445 NOW $795 -

2 Dishwashers from $1' up UNBELIEVABLE RAMBLER
10 TV Sets from $35 u II Brand new sofa-bed and chaIr Cadillac Oldsmobile 63
2 door
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Sit.95; platform rockers $12.95; runs '
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 scoop chairs $"; all channel 2C01 NW 13th St. 51 PLYMOUTH good. ? 57 O-LDS "550" sedan No. 0251 A. 6 cylinder,

FOR SALE. i hot water tanks 30 stacked antennas. U; used refrigerators I Miller- 86 I radio, heater, automatic transmission,
gaL with gas heater attached also WILLIAMS, $25;SERVICE TV'.. CENTER I Was $57 . . . . NOW I III hardtop coupe No. 0169A. white 2 tooo miles.
ISO gal. butane gas tank. Complete -
Hawthorne II
with 2 sha 10 3723937.BE
gauges crane
low welt pumps. Inquire Lewis gentle, be kind to that expensive Brown $200 $1695
Jewelry Co. carpet. clean It with Blue I :1
Lustre Rent electric shampooer FR 2-1411 USED : goad.Was $74 I -
PIANO $100: Kenmore elec. rang -
$1. McDamell Furn. Co.. Gainesville NOW
$49 Sofa bed f. rocker set $35:: Shopping Center.ADVERTISE 1030E. $75 '
Courtesy Of I 63 BUICK
Bathlnett It: car bed S3* babyrecliner Univ. Ave

NEW.: furniture SI. 376-4811.at wholes*!* prk SERVICE DIRECTORY IN THE N.University Main St. at Chevrolet 16th Ave. FR 2-3582 '62 VOLKSWAGEN (2)( ) V'". leSobre station wagon, No. C62A, one 1225 sedan No. 0145A, air conditioned

I es: Birch dining table $45) wal I j I oWner, 22,000 miles. radio, heater, bucket seats, 27-
rut buffet Uti table lamps. $15dining : 1295
chairs. $17 & $25 35'' ---- --- -- --.---- ----P Was $1325 . .. NOW I 000 rrtrles.
bookshelves.' S1J 34" A 34- shut $3195

ters. $4 A $5: glass a. ceramic 5 % & 5 % SALE $1595
l' tile 11 sOft.. GADDUM IN. ,60'METRO
I I _TERIORS. 12 NW 3rd Ave.PORTABLE I 2 door hardtop. $ '

J I -ere. Excellent dishwasher.condition.1959 Ke$75.- I'I'I 1964 RAMBLERS Was $425 . . . NOW 395I I 59 BUICK '61 RAMBLER

Phone FR .5ItO to eec.I. .
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LeSobre hardtop coupe No. 097A air Classic station No. 0214A 6
ROSE sofobed and choir. like 2 DOOR COST $ 1693 convertible, heater, wagon.
63 TRIUMPH conditioned and oower reduced $200. with automatic transmission.
I new; $40. FR 6-8484. SEDAN plus 5 % 84 I/ 4200 mles. $

REFRIGERATOR $35. baby Was $1595 . . NOW 1495IF I II $995 $1095
1 bed with mattress $15, Ph.
3768690. 1777 I I

_, Ft. Kelvinator refrigerator per. I YOU DON'T LIKE THESE PRICES MAKE I

feet cond. $75- 404 N. W. 14tti US AN OFFER. CLOSED SUNDAYS
St. Phone FR 2-7493.
GE after elec 5:30 stove P.M.3727035.for sale. $25.. Call See: J. L SMITH WILBUR SLIGH. PAUL I II

MUST table SELL& chair.refrigerator Best offer kitchen eccept- Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! BARNETT FRANK GRAY.

ed. All In excellent condition I B G MOTOR CO.
LavlP9! country. Phone FR 4W42. EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL
Home of 5% Profit 5 % Financing .


229 W. UNIV. AVE. I CO. CO.

F Next Door fleet to,..Florida 1MPERIAL-VALIANT.CHR YSUR.PL Y MOUTH-'SIMCA 2201 N.W. 13th FR 6-7515

1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
HONE 372-0440 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 .
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Galaxie "500" 2 door, hard-
''. ,'! -. 00 LI FORD top, automatic transmission, CLEANuSALEP
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radio, heater, air conditioned,
new tires, etxra nice .. .. .. .$2495

PRECEEDING PAGE I "770" 4 door sedan,
63 RAMBLER bucket seats,automatic -
transmission, radio, heater, air conditioned,
power steering, power brakes, '
extra nice. .' .. .!.. .. .. .. .. .... $2395

BARKLEY MOTORS"IN I ALL NEW'COMETS 63 CHEVROLET- cyl.Biscayne heater.1795,$2 door, 6 ON 64 CHEVY'SCome

automatic transmission,radio,

BARKLEY'S 2201 FR N.2-4373 THE Main NAME"St. MERCURYS It 00 r\ RAMBLER "seats 770", radio 4 door,$,|bucket 7QC Early For Complete Selection!

heater,twin floor shift. .. .

VO' KSWAGEN USED CARSCRANE Galaxie "500" 4 door, hard-
162 FORD
top,automatic $
transmission, radio, heater, nice. I GY3 THE NO. 1 DEAL
American 4 door,
MILLER151> 506 E. University FR 6-2425 62 RAMBLER heater, $ FROM NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S NO. 1 DEALER

BROWN .u.u. 516 S. Main St. FR 2-42.51. low mileage. .- . . . 1095
1030 E. Univ. D""aFR

1964 i : Cream Puff 4 door Bel Air, WE GUARANTEE You'll never save MORE
CLEARANCE SALE j 57 CHEVROLET hardtop, auto- on a 54 Chevy!

matic transmission, radio, heater, $
64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s like brand 895



CLEARANCE Per Month Per Month
Your Own Deal11 : '61 Fiat $23 '57 Chevrolet $34 YOURMOVE
"Figure '59 Rambler 34 '57 Plymouth 27

SALE TAKE FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 I' ''58 Plymouth 29 ''55 Chevrolet 16 .
58 Olds 16 53 Chevrolet 9
DEDUCT 10% . .. .. .. .. 000.00 Hundreds of dollars can
i be SAVED now. See us
SHAW YOUR PRICE $00000 I BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED JUST before you buy any car


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Phone FR 65371r1.'u 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433


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All Models

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1' $600


WAS is WAS is
'63 FORD ;
{ Station Wagon air. 2495 $2195 '63 FIAT $995 $867
4dr. R&H. AT. 600-D 2-door ;
2995 2747 '
300 2-door, R&H. PS 63 SUNBEAM '
PB. AT. Alpine Radio 2295 1997 63 CHEVImpala

WAS IS '63. OLDSF85. Jet Fire. Load 2895 2747 heater.'63 TR-4 59 FORD 789 2-dr. hardtop,$ 5 7
65 MUSTANG ed. 2-dr., hardtop. Roadster, radio, 2395 2295 4-dr., V-8. automatic V-8, auto. trans., R&H.
Conv. R&H.. PS PB $3895 $3495 '63 CHEV. heater. PS. PB, white with red
auto. trans. VS. air 2-door. hardtop. AT 2695 2466 R&H. 2-tone blue clean. int.
conditioned. '
R&H. PS. PB. 63 TRIUMPH 1995 1895
'64 TRIUMPH! 2295 2095 '63 FIAT 1119 Spitfire radio heater. .
Spitfire ndio.heater. 1100 Sedan. 4-door 1395 '63 VOLVO 63 PONT
R&H. PI800 radio. heater, 2995 2895 '59 GoliathWagon.
64 TRIUMPH i '
2895 2667 63 CHEV. elect. overdrive.
TR-4 Wire Wheels 4-door. hardtop PS 2595 2334 '62 TR-4 387 4-dr.hardtop,V-8.auto$2987
Heater.' PB. R&H AT. Roadster R&H wire .Good second car. trans., R&.... PS, PB, air
64 HILLMANSuper 1995 1688 '63 FORD wheels elee.overdrive.. 2095 1995 Better hurry on this one. cond.
Minx.AT. R&H 4-door hardtop. 2695 2476
white walls. !
'64 CONSULEnglish Loaded.'53 M G 'Roadster 62 TR-4 radio. heat 1995 1895
1695 1567
Ford 2drR&H. 1100 Sedan, 2 door. 1695 1557 er. wire wheels. '
R&H. 62 56 FORD
'63 MGMidget 1895 1678 '63. RENAULT Super'62 PORSCHE"75coupe.. 3295 3195 Convertible :2387 87
Radio heater. V-sedan.* RAHdoor 1495 1313 R&H tinted w-shleld V8.automatic. Bad clutch but good buy
'63 CHEV. '61 SUNBEAM R&H. PS. PB. like new. at
1595 1347
'63 OLDS 3295 3074 Impala 'station wagon. 3095 2884 Alpine heater,hardtop overdrive.radio
Super U. Loaded Loaded.
'63 VALIANT '63 PLY. '61 COMET 1295 1042 FORD '63 FORD
4-door. V-100. R&H, 1645 1446 Sport Fury. 2-dr. 4-door. radio. ,
2695 2474 heater.
ST. hrdtp. 383 Engine
AT R&H. '61 MERCURYStation wagon.door, 1795 1487 2-dr.,, good tronsportotion. 187 4-dr. sedan V-8, auto.$2' 487
n loaded. > trans.. R&H. PS
with black int.
1965 FIAT '61 E. FORD2door
SAVINGS sedan. 695 566

r,. '61 .VOLKSSedan. 1295 1115 '
;ii:: 'Radio.61 SIMCA4door heater. 64 C'VAIR 2687 $1487
S 695 518 Convertible, auto trans., 4-dr. standard shift, 6
,, A --**' UP Sedan. R&H,air: conditioning. cyl., heater like,new.
'60 Vouxholl .
4-door 695 518

Sedan.'60 CHEV.4door sedan. 1195 1042 '57 CHEV '61 FORD $1 .

TO R&H AT. 687 Galaxie 2-dr hardtop, 8 7
'60 VOLKS 210 wagon 4-dr.. V-8, V-8, auto trans.. R&H
Convertible 1195 1074 auto.trans.,R6+i. like new.
4-door station wagon lowest priced station wagon on the 'R&H.
market. Priced at only $1795 including all-vinyl interior 60 CADILLAC4door .
heater whitewall tires. 4-speed transmission under hood sedan :
light.up to 35 miles per gallon. Ready for immediate delivery $600 Loaded.'60 VOLVO2door REMEMBER: "We're open from 8 'til 9 for your shopping convenience"
Air. sedan. 1195 996


BARKLEY MOTORS University Chevrolet

"Gaine ville's, Largest Volume Dealer"NEW

2201 N. MAIN ST.

,CHEVY CORNER, 16th Ave. fir N., Main St., Gainesville, Fla.
FR 2-4373 "IN THE AUTO GAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME" Open Daily -'Til 9 Sun. Til 6 I

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SAVE P $5001
A sales event unduplicated in history! An all out selling spree that defies competition dares to save

you hundreds of dollars on your purchase of a new CAR or TRUCK! TO

The only promise that we make Cast Your VoteIS

1964 FORDS PRICED SO LOW-YOU CAN'T SAY NO! any make this other:and We dealer's the guarantee model price is to equal.if beat the For N o. 1

These 10 cars listed ore just -
samples of our savings to you. s. In Northcent c
Falcons We hove a LOT full of other '
I GET unbeatable prices. I In'

Fairlanes t 60 CORV. i'' Northccntral

Galaxies 4-dr sedan, R&H, ,sit;; Florida
standard trans.
hite walls Nice.
, T-Birds
THAT 895 or t ,

Most Colors Available! erg Drive One Away Today! .% l i4 t r'r

62 FALC I ,rn ,r' / l.d

...... .. .. I Squire sta. ,wago-, s
rn.i.e..Y..H <.e+waowxsw..m.,4+ 'cx.g..a gs rwaE< n.:: s..o R"x BETTER luggage rack on
leather interior

f \ 51695 .A' rhv

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CAR! 62.(HEV. ri

Bel-Air i 6 pass sta. '' ',
wagon for loaded$3795.sold r A it j' '
new tt
Factory AC. PS. t '" i S{, '
1964 FORD TRUCKS PB, Powerglide, R & i ti+ :' ,,,1c'
trasS214S H, .many more ex '4 t .1( t Ii.
. !IN w +ri '' ,
try.til3 I
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SAVINGS 55 PONT. / + 111c lrCatalina I

LIKE 4-dr. sedan, standard T Lt Ttrons
., heater Better hurry. JH
S yj: BEFORE! e 1 1 i
' r 13H ii i

1 59 FORD r.. uy L1.I.Y/117 r,. I

Galaxie 4-dr. hardtop, clean 01 1 ; lt ;pit
NORTHCENTRAL CENTRAL new V-8 auto trons., PSt PB, i
r&H, white side

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OF FLORIDA' 62 TEMP. III'+" +tiA + I

OUTSTANDINGUSED 4dr. sedan standard trans.., ,' ,, I
..Site wall tires. Real nice. 1 r tf''i+ ,. ..,;tt.,

1964 : Lr) TRUCK. S129SSl t.

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(MOST MODELS & STYLES AVAILABLE) ..CHEDeluxe \'. -- ..; tr to I

2-dr sedan. R&H Good fait I
to-school-and-bock car. ?
S95 :: eQ


1960 1961 1960 1958 1961
Low Comet Corvair Cher Ford Galaxie Ford i 500 FordSpecial 59 FORD
/-<1r. deluxe. 4-dr. auto. 4-<1r. sedan. Fairlane 500. 4-dr sedan Econollne,
auto. terns. trans.. R&H V-A.: Power. 4-dr. Hardtop V-8. R&H. Van heater, Custom 2-dr sedan low miles .
RATE ThisWeek's hut r. AC solid glide. Heater, R&H COM. new white auto. trans. R&H .,,n r 5' j.
white. AC Fordomalic PS. AC. Xtra paint
6% $695 $1095 $895 $245 $1695 clean $1095F. S795 ''i

Best Buy __ :
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1962 1959 1960 1957 1957nanc
1959 Ford Chev. Ford Chev. Ford Ford 64 CHEV.Impala :
Mere. Fllrllne 500 Flirllne SOC 4dr, sta. Convertible. 21r.. std. ,
41r. .V-$. lutO.. h ton pickup 4-dr. V-'. wagon, VI. VR& trans.. heater, Super Sport coupe a
ing trans. h .ter. V.,. Special at For omalic, Powerglide. wi. ONE OWNER. bucket scots air cond., V-8
tan & white R&t1 Ps. PB. AC. blue & FOR R&H, maroon with; white walls.
41r "d I"
$1345 $595 $895 $ $175 .
On All auto. trlns.. $29WS I
ps. At. R&H. i
New i


Used $595 UP 5900 EXECUTIVE I NEW Galaxie 500 Sport Coupe,
loaded including air cond. one r
TOI CARS PS R&H. white walls Just likr M i ;
new. 1w
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SHAW Hague ;> t:'t. FRIDAY 73 More T. Choose From

AND Low Down Payment-On The Spot Financing



MOTOR COMPANY # AY OPEN 'TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center

Archer I We Sell to Sell Again Phone 372-6313

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Tax Office i


,M us
Audit OK t _

Shellie McKinney, Alachua OLD RANGE I
County tax collector, has been
given a clean bill by the state I "
auditor for operation of his office
v IN
in the county courthousein YOUR _
Gainesville. f #: ffff t2J TODA Y OLD

real, McKinney sells and personal auto collects tags property and county has taxIes I I (; __) 1 : : : : .: J_ ORTH MORE; ; 'tJ IT'S NEVER RAN BEEN GE

other duties. I L ., TIME IN HAN RIGHT
The auditor covers the per-: NO
lod Aug. 1, 1962 to April 30,1 AT FOR
1964. The report was made: pub-" ci/4/: : McDUFF! NEW RANGE A BEAUTI1'

lic today. I u .' FROM
\1t\9 -
Leo T. Hury, state auditor, McDUFF"
said McKinney's office diligently .1!
collected taxes and .
administered its licenses 36 HOUR
and duties legally and prop & E
erly and was fair in its reports t
of income and expenses.People II

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DELHI, India (AP) -!
Defense Minister Y. B. Chavan
and a delegation of military of- I
ficers left New Delhi for Mos-
cow to and I WE'LL GIVE YOU
today get
try more
military assistance from the Soviet ":
Union.In --- $4295 REGARDLESS OF ITS ,

an interview at the airport,
Chavan said "the main empha: -- AGE OR CONDITION Ph : ,
sis" of his visit will be to speed;:
up the production in India of Soviet .:
MIG jet fighter planes. ,

Managers plants which of produce the three the Indian planes, In Trade For Either Of These Fine Ranges! / ,!

have been in Moscow for exploratory -|

talks since last week.I'' : ELECTRIC GAS /

HOLLYWOOD AP) "I now or J 1
can drink it legally," said Tues-i
day Weld, hefting a bottle of
champagne someone had sent I
for her birthday.The I APARTMENT SIZE RANGE

actress, who was 21 .EIIj:
Thursday, added that "I may go' Our Regular Retail Price $119.95
out tonight and visit every bar
on the Sunset Strip and then
again I may not." \ Your Choice MCbLIf.
"I have to get up early for I Model 15 ETB 3 Electric ( 0 hJu mP. iOi You Q
work" Tuesday said. Range features ) obsol CY t
super fast Cor o x I = c:=::: ==2 LJtely
I units, large oven, cD 2 ONLY free '. t t '
MEDICINE HAT, Alba. (AP) porcelain finish. Car any eXtra or a. <:N!
Ivan Volovchenko Soviet' ries full 1 year guar When orge 4. :
minister of agriculture says a'':. antee. YOLJ b
good Soviet grain crop this year rOl1ge -' LIy any _, ." c.. x ?. .' ,.:,.. .
"J; '" .
doesn't the Soviet Union Model IT 3 Gas rrn9 t h t ;; -I c "' .
mean s ,
Canadian I Range features pullout Pecfo JZ: IS ,/'.. I ;(. .* ;r4..
buy more d .
I drip trays infiniteheat Oy <: ...... !).
safe. 't :i. '
wheat. I $ ., ,' .
Ii rotary controls : .
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and large master his '
"The Soviet Union has a good,, oven. Porcelain protected 7 7 0 Ffer 0 t '. \.<.:'':If-l1&};:
crop in different types of agri-! for long life 1 efil1itel { '! 'K,
cultural plants," said Vo- ; service. Y L'ltIited f
lovchenko in an interview. "But
this does not preclude purchases I COlJJe 1n
of Canadian wheat or flour for: LIMIT 1 RANGE TO NOW!
the broadening of trade rela i A CUSTOMER, PLEASE!
tions between Canada and the

Soviet Union. Ii .v/"
Volovchenko Is on a tour of

Canada. 30.N.. 'l'sr'Sn.30.incb


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15 old /
Stakely year
son of Dr. and Mrs. James 0.. Our Regular Retail Price $209.95 V .,, ,
Stakely became an Eagle I
Scout last Courtof I GUARANTEED
night during
Honor ceremonies held in: TRADE ALLOWANCE $6295 GUARANTEED $ 95 .,
Kirby Smith School Audi ,r TRADE ALLOWANCE 52
torium. YpUqN Our Regular
I Y0 CN OfCE 0 FSq List Price $249.95
A member of Troop 92 under j CgTC CIF .. Our Regular Retail Price $169.95
the leadership of Willard Williams q
James was presented by I Nq SEE P r YOU GUARANTEEDTRADE $W95
M. H. Johnson, former scout \
troop leader. He took his Cub PAY 947 YOURS ALLOWANCEYOU jr
Scout work with Troop 84. ;: ONLY FOR 117
The new Eagle Scout, who 1 ONLY
will attend Gainesville High
School this year, was a mem
ber of the Westwood Tennis: FREE SERVICE. WITH EVERYPURCHASE Limit 1 to a Customer, Please. PAY 977
team. His major interest in Limit 1 to a Customer, Please. ONLY
Scouting is camping. Famous Calrod cooking units. Large storage
I FREE DELIVERY COAST TO drawer. Convenient work surface. Simplified
Big banquet size oven. Popular rotary con-
::1 COASTFROM push button controls. Porcelain protected to
( THE ATLANTIC TO THE GULF) resist stains bums corrosion end rust. trols. Handy work space. Porcelain protected.Fast Limit 1 to a Customer, Please.
NEWFALLFABRICS I Model RC 405. Corox cooking units. Full 1 year guar-
antee. Model E 30. The fabulous 400" series offers you that
*-Choose Your Own TERMS "Built-in Look" without built-in cost. HideAway -
cooking surface slides out of sight
when not in use. Eye-level cooking controls
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